Braulio Vargas exposes a hidden side of Costa Rica with an eye-opening account of the problems plaguing many of its citizens—from human trafficking to homelessness. But his work in promoting human rights is raising awareness across the nation.
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Braulio is fighting for rights to uplift his people.
“One of the main human rights violations in Costa Rica is human trafficking and I realized that I could do something about it.”
“I felt for the first time in my life that we can really improve society, so I became part of Youth for Human Rights.”
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