Although profiting from the sale of another’s body is illegal in Brazil, prostitution extends into virtually every corner of society.
by Vincius Grünberg
Across India, private tuitions have become a regular supplement to education at both ends of the socioeconomic spectrum.
by Uzra Khan
Two waves of Vietnamese immigrants to Berlin, selling black market cigarettes in hopes of building a better life, have met with bitter disappointment.
by Tobias Kuehne
Parisian performers vie for the attention of the public on steps and churches and in long metro corridors, in the hopes of making a living—and maybe making it big.
by Maria Yagoda
The hair given in ritual sacrifice by India's poor adorns the heads of the world's wealthiest celebrities.
by Erin Biel
Education is a key step in changing the supply and demand equation of human trafficking.
By Amy Larson