On February 14 through 24, join Nadine Wolff, RYT-500, into the heart of Kolkata, India, to visit with organizations that are actively rescuing and rehabilitating the women and child survivors of human trafficking. See firsthand what is being done to combat this unimaginable violation of human rights, which is a $32 billion dollar illegal industry affecting more than 20 million of our planet’s most vulnerable woman and children.
After we spend three nights in the magical city of Udaipur for processing and R&R, participants will then be offered an optional add-on tour to the Taj Mahal at the end of the trip.
Wolff has been passionate about combating human trafficking since she became aware of it in 2012, when she raised more than $20,000 for the Off the Mat, Into the World Global Seva Challenge India. She went to India with Off the Mat, Into the World co-founders Seane Corn and Suzanne Sterling, and saw firsthand the horrors of human trafficking, but also the positive impact that love, compassion and care have. That trip has left an indelible imprint on her heart and soul. She has visited India every year since then and is committed to continuing to raise awareness of this crime against humanity.
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