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Tread on Trafficking

posted by Community Admin on Apr 15, 2014

 

Running a marathon can help cover her tuition costs.

Joining a cycling event can support his education.

Hosting a 5k can sustain their caregiver training.

 

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Stand for Freedom 2014

posted by Community Admin on Apr 02, 2014

 

Routine & relentless violence is an everyday reality for those trapped in slavery.

 

The unchecked plague of slavery, rape, trafficking, illegal detention, land theft, police abuse and other brutality against the poor is a global crisis that undermines the well-intentioned fight for their freedom. Unless we STAND against it, nothing will change.

 

Last year, thousands of passionate college students raised awareness for the millions trapped in slavery.

 

On April 9, 2014, stand for 24 hours with Abolitionists across the United States to forever change your community's awareness of the everyday violence of those trapped in slavery.

 

Visit: www.stand-for-freedom.com

 

 

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Check Out What We Learned About Trafficking in 2013

posted by Community Admin on Mar 14, 2014

 

 

This report is a compilation of notable research on human trafficking that was released in 2013. The 10 research papers included in this report cover revealing research findings in areas that can illuminate our understanding of how to end child trafficking and exploitation.

 

The findings cover topics such as the prevalence of modern day slavery on a global scale, gender-based violence, the production and distribution of child pornography, the strengths and weaknesses of law enforcement response to trafficking in the U.S., and the exploitation of boys in the U.S. and Cambodia.

 

For each report, you’ll find a short introduction and a bulleted list of key findings-- think of it as a cheat sheet for learning about major research findings... Read More

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