Can we have a future without violence? Is that even possible? Can we eradicate slavery and human trafficking? Policy advocate Leila Rassekh Milani cites the Baha’i teachings that say humanity’s collective life suffers when any one group thinks of its own well-being in isolation from the well-being of its neighbors. This understanding of the necessity for human unity drives Leila’s work helping to stop violence against women and children. In this powerful talk, Leila gives viewers three simple steps we can all take to end slavery, human trafficking and violence against women and girls.
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