Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking

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Survivor Leadership in the United States

When we set out in 2005 to respond to human trafficking in Colorado, very few survivors of the crime were publicly leading and informing the anti-trafficking movement. In part, this low participation was because of the very nature of how the movement evolved.  Consider the fact that the first legislation defining

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Human Trafficking: A Public Health Issue

Human trafficking is an emerging public health issue that disproportionately impacts individuals from communities of color, and those who are experiencing hunger, homelessness, and domestic violence. However, the health-service needs of victims and survivors of human trafficking have received woefully limited attention, particularly when compared with law-enforcement and immigration responses

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The Compreh{END} Campaign

The Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking will launch it’s annual giving campaign on Tuesday, November 29th.  The Compreh{END} Campaign has set a goal of $50,000 that will support 2017 anti-trafficking work in Colorado and beyond.  Supporters can donate or get involved as crowdfunding leaders.  Over 35 crowdfunding captains will power the

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