About the project
What would it take to end human trafficking in Colorado? The Colorado Project to Comprehensively Combat Human Trafficking 2.0 (CP2.0) empowers communities and professionals involved in addressing this human rights abuse.
Building on the foundational work of The Colorado Project 1.0, the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking visited 20 unique communities in 2018 in order to assess changes in the statewide movement, document successful strategies, name promising practices, and design a new set of actionable recommendations to advance anti-trafficking efforts in Colorado and beyond.
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Our approach to research
Toward a Solution
Research with the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking
We’re contributing data-driven insights to the broader anti-trafficking movement to advance a comprehensive response.
“LCHT’s research supports Colorado communities with the tools that they already proudly possess to address human trafficking. The Colorado Project helps our state move beyond best guesses and assumptions so that we can make data-informed decisions together.”