Today, we are thrilled to introduce you to a few of our incredible volunteer Hotline Advocates. These individuals dedicate time out of their busy lives to support survivors and help end human trafficking in Colorado.
The New Year kicks off Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and today (January 11th) is Human Trafficking Awareness Day. It’s an opportunity to spread knowledge...
LCHT Resource Specialist Eric Lucas shares about his passion for human rights and experience answering calls from survivors on the Hotline.
In honor of International Human Rights Day, we’re reflecting on the 75th anniversary of the UN Declaration of Human Rights, which was adopted on December 10, 1948. It’s a day dedicated to promoting and raising awareness about the fundamental rights and freedoms that belong to every individual.
We are thrilled to recognize Cindy Goldman as our 2023 Spirit of Service Award recipient! Cindy’s leadership, action, and commitment to human rights over the last nine years is second to none, and in 2023 she truly captures “the spirit of service.” We are excited to introduce you to Cindy today!
Meet Lauren Holsombeck, Program Coordinator at the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking. Lauren’s passion and varied skill set have made her an invaluable part of our efforts to amplify anti-trafficking efforts, in Colorado and beyond.
Meet three of the many individuals who are making a difference in Colorado’s anti-trafficking movement.
For many people experiencing homelessness who are in a trafficking situation, it can be hard to get help. In other cases, traffickers may confiscate documents to maintain control. In other words, housing insecurity is both a cause AND a consequence of trafficking.
Meet Tom Acker, the Co-Founder of Western Slope Against Trafficking (WSAT), a community partnership that supports survivors of human trafficking and raises awareness about this widespread human rights crisis through training and community education.
While a group of immigrant attorneys founded RMIAN in the early 90s to serve low-income men, women, and children in immigration proceedings; today, that mission has expanded to include their Anti-Human Trafficking Project.
Survivors have been a big part of the data design, collection, and analysis of The Colorado Project 2023, our latest research initiative on human trafficking in Colorado. But the anti-trafficking movement has room to grow when it comes to stepping aside for survivor leaders to step in.
Native American populations in the U.S. face a greater risk of exploitation. That’s why listening to Indigenous voices is so important.