Top 10 Signs of Child Trafficking in Medical Care
Physicians should be on the look for:
How You Can Fight Human Trafficking:
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Research information on the facts, statistics and dangers of human trafficking.
Educate Our Peers:
Sharing the facts and statistics you’ve learner with friends and neighbors, and social media will spread the word, informing and educating others.
Use what you do best to make a difference! Write a blog; paint a picture, display it publicly; use sports events to raise awareness and funds; write a song; create a short film and post it on www.youtube.com
Awareness-raising constitutes one of the most prevalent activities in the prevention arsenal.
Building Political Will & Capacity:
Working with local, national and global elected officials.
Volunteer Your Time:
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A new report is ensuring human trafficking survivors’ voices are heard.
On Tuesday, the U.S. government released its first-ever report on human trafficking written by survivors.
In the document, 11 survivors of sex and labor trafficking, who were appointed by President Obama to the first U.S. Advisory Council on Human Trafficking in 2015, provide recommendations on how to improve federal trafficking policies ― ranging from legislation to public awareness campaigns to victims’ services.