Founder's BlogBlue Dragon's founder, Michael Brosowski, shares the lessons he has learned from the children and young people he meets from day to day.
7 young men endured the horrors of human trafficking in a scam compound. In court, their case has received national attention for a very special reason.
12 years ago, Khoa was sleeping alone in a city park. Last month, he graduated university. His inspiring story reminds us to never lose hope.
Mai and Hao are two young women who were leading very different lives – until they were both sold into violent slavery.
A 13-year-old sold into surrogacy. Sisters, looking for a job, trafficked to a brothel. These are extreme cases – but are they unusual?
A lovely celebration graced this week – the wedding of two Blue Dragon alumni, now both young adults who are setting out in their careers. As happens at these events, staff and kids all headed out to be part of the ceremony. Moments like these show how close the whole...
Homeless on the city streets and robbed of his belongings, Van felt lost and alone. But thanks to an unexpected change in fortunes, better days have finally come.
He survived his childhood with a show of courage that shocked many. Today Tan celebrates his life by making the most of every moment.
Most of us have a safety net to protect us when things go wrong. For those who don’t: what do they have?
Keeping kids and families safe from human trafficking demands some creative interventions. Here’s one that works every time.
Six kids hoping to change their lives, but with no money for a home. A football team for street kids with no field to play on. These were the earliest days of Blue Dragon.
Terrified to learn they had been trafficked, two young women took their life into their own hands. But their ordeal was far from over.
Mrs. Thu was 32 years old and had a young son when she was trafficked. 28 years later, Blue Dragon rescued her from slavery.