Five colleges and varsities back campaign


PETALING JAYA: The war against human trafficking in Malaysia has found support from an unlikely source – higher education institutions.

Five colleges and universities have pledged to implement anti-human trafficking procedures as part of R.AGE’s Students Against Trafficking campaign.

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