30 Day Abolitionist Campaign

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TraffickingFree Zone

Demolishing the Demand To Purchase Sex-Trafficked Victims


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Help Us End Human Trafficking in America


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Our mission is to End Human Trafficking in the United States.


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What Is Human Trafficking?

Human Trafficking is a multi-billion
dollar industry in the US alone.
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nationwide threat.


The Problem

The Demand

The root of the problem of human trafficking lies in the demand. Learn more about this escalating issue.


The Demand

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Help USIAHT build and operate safe homes across the country to serve Commercially Sexually Exploited Children.


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The U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking intends to eliminate Human Trafficking in the United States.

We will end Human Trafficking in the United States through prevention, combating demand, the rescue of victims, and providing safe refuge for the restoration of survivors.

WHAT IS SEX TRAFFICKING?

Sex Trafficking is modern day slavery, happening everywhere in the United States.  The victims can be U.S. citizens or of any nationality, age, socioeconomic status, or gender. Sex Trafficking is a highly profitable crime that exploits an adult through force, fraud, or coercion, or that engages a child in any form of commercial sexual exploitation.

 

 

Addressing a National Problem

With offices in Tampa, Washington DC, Los Angeles, and Austin, we are focusing on the prevention of Human Trafficking through:

  • Combating Demand
  • Raising Awareness
  • Educating Our Youth
  • Disrupting pre-existing trafficking activity.
  • Advocating for victims.
  • Collaborating with Experts & federa; oganizations

 

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TraffickingFree Zone

A Community-Wide Strategy to Fight Against Human Sex Trafficking

Although slavery is commonly thought to be a thing of the past, human sex trafficking still exists today, globally and throughout the United States, when traffickers use force, fraud, or coercion to control other people for the purpose of engaging in commercial sex. There were an estimated 4.8 million victims of sex trafficking worldwide in 2016, and the United States of America leads all other nations in driving demand – meaning citizens of the United States are purchasing sex in greater numbers than any other nation.

The TraffickingFree Zone program is a county-wide initiative focused on reducing the demand – the number of buyers - for sex-trafficked victims. County-by-county the TraffickingFree Zone program is implemented in collaboration with community members and leaders, law enforcement, businesses, schools, healthcare organizations, churches and the media. The focus of the program is on arresting and prosecuting sex buyers instead of the victims who are being sold, educating people on sex trafficking and implementing numerous other demand reduction techniques including technology and research components. When these sectors are activated and working in unison for a one-year period, the TraffickingFree Zone community can expect to see a significant decline in demand.

 

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