Sustainable Rescue

Being rescued from trafficking does not result in freedom. Sustainable Rescue is a term that defines human rights for trafficking survivors through sustainable and continuous improvement across the entire lifecycle of the human trafficking crime chain from awareness, prevention, prosecution to protection.  Everyone has a part to play no matter what their role in life or business. No one person or company can fight the war on slavery alone. Let's learn how to put the pieces of the puzzle together.

Collaboration

Look beyond your own organization's point of view to develop and implement long-term collaborative strategies. Let new insights enable sustainable change.

Capacity

Strengthen abilities of individuals, organizations and systems by focusing on performance outcomes and program impacts. Continuous measurement feeds improvement.

Resilience

Make smart (funding) decisions to apply shared solutions that anticipate, respond and adapt to incremental change in all aspects of human trafficking.

"The U.S. State Department’s annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report not only captures the challenges governments and societies face in fighting human trafficking, but highlights effective responses to hold perpetrators accountable, protect victims, and prevent others from enduring this devastating crime. This report serves as a resource for diplomatic engagement and a roadmap to improve anti-trafficking efforts in the United States and around the world." – Kari Johnstone, Acting Director

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Capacity Building

Diagnosis: Human Trafficking

There is a new team member in first responders identifying human trafficking victims in the United States: the health sector. The World Health Organization established the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) to standardize medical records. The Read more…