Be the Voice

"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. The time is always right to do the right thing." Martin Luther King


            Is there an effective solution to stop human trafficking?

There is no easy or uni-dimensional solution to human trafficking, since it is influenced by a complex set of factors, often working in combination with one another. It concludes that control measures alone cannot stop the flow of trafficking in women and that a legal approach which relies solely on one type of legislation would be too narrow. An effective strategy must combine and balance punitive measures with protection of human rights, stricter border control and the removal of the root causes of irregular movements. Measures must be agreed and coordinated between origin, transit and receiving countries. (Impe, 2000)

  What We can do now
  • Raise Awareness of human trafficking.
  • Protect and support those who have been trafficked.
  • Prosecute traffickers and strengthen legal responses to trafficking.
  • Partner with law enforcement, service providers, and community members to provide a comprehensive front against trafficking. (