Stop Human Trafficking
What Can I Do to Break the Chains of Modern Day Slavery?
Training and Discussion Forum to Stop Human Trafficking
Awareness and Education is KEY to Saving Lives
When: Saturday, February 19, 1:00-4:00 PM
Where: Northaven United Methodist Church 11211 Preston RD., Dallas
Human Trafficking 101 Training and Discussion Forum conducted by Mosaic Family Services and supporting anti-trafficking coalition partners.
Sponsored by the Dallas Peace Center – Anti-Trafficking Committee: Stop Modern Day Slavery
Slavery is more affordable, more widespread and more entrenched in 2011 than it was in ancient Rome or the Antebellum South of America.
Trafficked Forced Labor by Form
43% forced commercial sex exploitation
32% forced economic exploitation
25% mixture of above and other reasons
Profits from Trafficked Forced Labor
Global-US $31.6 billion
USA, Europe -15.5 billion
Asia and the Pacific – $9.7 billion
Latin America and Caribbean – $1.3 billion
Middle East and North Africa – $1.5 billion
Transition Countries – $3.4 billion
Sub Saharan Africa –$159 million
After drug dealing, trafficking of humans is tied with arms dealing as the second largest criminal industry in the world, and is the fastest growing.