Prevent, Prosecute, and Protect
1 - About Human Trafficking
2 - International Trafficking
3 - Prostitution Facts
4 - Prostitution and Human Trafficking in Canada
5 - Convictions in Canada
6 - Pornography
7 - Internet Exploitation and Child Abuse
8 - Climate Change and Human Trafficking
9 - Supply and Demand
10 - Consequences of Legalization
11 - Sweden vs. Germany
12 - The Nordic Model, Made in Sweden
13 - Canada's Prostitution Law
14 - How You Can Help
1 - Get Informed
2 - Report Tips Immediately
3 - Sign the Petition
4 - Contact the Minister of Justice
5 - Contact Your Police Chiefs
6 - Contact Your Government Representatives
7 - Challenge Media and Advertisers
8 - Watch Your Slavery Footprint
9 - Support Agencies that Assist the Exploited
10 - Tell Others
Human Trafficking FAQ
1 - What is human trafficking?
2 - What is the difference between trafficking in persons and human smuggling?
3 - Is human trafficking a crime?
4 - Who is vulnerable to becoming a victim of domestic or international HT?
5 - How are victims recruited and controlled?
6 - Why don’t people who are trafficked simply escape?
7 - Who are the Traffickers?
8 - Who purchases trafficked women and girls?
9 - What are the needs of victims/survivors?
10 - How do I identify a young person who might be sex trafficked?
11 - What is the role of law enforcement in addressing human trafficking?
12 - What should I do if I suspect human trafficking?
13 - How can I get involved? What can I do?
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Press Release - Sept. 14, 2017
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