Artwork is from United Against Slavery
The Antislavery movement is gaining momentum. We are now in the phase of combining resources and information. We need to focus on resources for survivors. It is time to regroup and use all of the data human trafficking data to target aftercare.
"Hundreds of millions of dollars are spent to combat human trafficking and many wonder why there are never enough aftercare resources for survivors such as housing, clothing, food, job training and more. "
United Against Slavery (UAS) will join anti-trafficking leaders from across the country to host the first and largest anti-trafficking National Outreach our country has ever had. On Jan 11, 2016, National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, there will be an unprecedented online event for research and data collection among twelve stakeholders groups in the fight against trafficking. Each stakeholder group will receive a survey with unique questions.