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:
FAIR Girls prevents the exploitation of girls worldwide with empowerment and education.
National Freedom Network is a group of people and organizations around South Africa, who who work together against human trafficking
The Human Trafficking Center uses academic rigor, sound methodology, and reliable data to promote understanding of human trafficking and its causes, conditions, and cures
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.
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
Peoria Home provides long-term secure housing with an array of support services for women with a history of sex trafficking