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We must achieve justice for survivors as they rebuild their lives.
We must reinvigorate our shared commitment to extinguish human trafficking wherever it exists. Achieving these objectives requires sound information and tried-and-true approaches.
The Department of State joins the Trump Administration, community leaders, global allies, and the survivors in our shared fight to end human trafficking. Rather, we must harness innovation and ingenuity to prevent trafficking, identify and empower those who have survived it, and send the strongest message possible to traffickers that we will not tolerate their despicable and criminal acts. Pompeo Dear Reader: This is an important time for us to be engaged in the work of stopping traffickers, protecting victims, and tackling the systems that allow the crime to thrive.
Traffickers continue to operate with impunity and only a small fraction of victims receive trauma-informed, victim-centered support services.
It helps us go beyond preconceived notions of what we think human trafficking is and better understand the complexities of this crime.
Each one of us can be a champion for freedom and use our specific strengths to help eradicate human trafficking.
We salute the brave survivors who have already become instrumental partners in the global fight to combat human trafficking.
We must band together and build momentum to defeat human trafficking.
We must hold the perpetrators of this heinous crime accountable.
First responders can enhance training and put in place screening to help identify trafficking victims.
Government leaders can prioritize investigating and prosecuting labor and sex trafficking cases wherever they occur.