Third edition of race against human trafficking this weekend


Lee showing some figures on modern slavery and human trafficking in Malaysia.

WHEN the 24 Hour Race was first established in Malaysia in 2014, to raise awareness on human trafficking, the total number of participants was 150 students.

The third iteration of the 24 Hour Race in Kuala Lumpur will take place at IGB International School in Sungai Buloh, with more than 1,000 students participating from international and public schools in the Klang Valley.

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