This article is a case study of a faith-based organisation, the UK-based NGO CHASTE, working on the issue of sexual trafficking. It highlights issues that arise as a result of addressing the problem through a faith-based lens. The article explores the challenges CHASTE faces in its work, the small but significant achievements that the organisation has made, and the outlook for the future.
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