Mehlman-Orozco Publishes Article in The Hill

Dr. Mehlman-Orozco’s article in The Hill was well received by practitioners and experts within the human trafficking field, as well as by survivors themselves. In order to improve anti-trafficking policy, we need to first understand our system’s current failures and work together to address them.

Here are a few examples of the amazing organizations and people who disseminated this important information to their networks:

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FAIR Girls prevents the exploitation of girls worldwide with empowerment and education.
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National Freedom Network is a group of people and organizations around South Africa, who who work together against human trafficking
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Breaking the Chains provides healing and restoration to survivors of sex trafficking
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The Human Trafficking Center uses academic rigor, sound methodology, and reliable data to promote understanding of human trafficking and its causes, conditions, and cures
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Executive Director of Alliance to Rescue Victims of Trafficking
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Executive Director of the Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force
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The ArcLight Foundation provides responsive and sustainable solutions to rescue victims of human trafficking, sexual exploitation, and/or forced labor. ERASE Child Trafficking is focused on eliminating child trafficking by implementing a holistic approach, from education and recovery to life reclamation.
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H.E.A.T. Watch is an anti-trafficking organization, sponsored by the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office, that is working towards ending trafficking exploitation in the Bay Area
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Peoria Home provides long-term secure housing with an array of support services for women with a history of sex trafficking

 

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