Event: Prevent It to End It Webinar Series
Event: A Look at Legislation
"A Look at Legislation - State and Federal - Related to Human Trafficking A Uniform Code has been proposed for all state statues with regard to human trafficking. The NC Human Trafficking Commission is examining where NC stands with respect to this proposed standard. Jennifer Haigwood, NC Dept. of Labor, member of the Commission will highlight the code and what has been identified for NC thus far. Federal legislation has been passed in recent months. These new laws will be reviewed and commented upon by Asst. US Attorney Anand Ramaswammy, Middle District; giving us a Federal prosecutor's perspective.
Event: Techniques Used by Pimps to Recruit, Groom, and Traffick
Presented by Emily Fitzpatrick, On Eagles Wings Ministries founder. From the rescued youth living at Hope House, first shelter for trafficked teen girls in NC, and other sources, much has been learned about the actions traffickers take with their victims. Informing teens about these techniques allow them to be less vulnerable.
Event: Volunteer Training-Level 1
Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2015 6PM - 8PM
Level 1(for folks who have never been to our training before)
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Event: Volunteer Training-Level 2
Level 2-for folks who have attended a Level 1 Training previously.
A light supper with be served.
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Eastern North Carolina Stop Human Trafficking Now, desires to create a community that actively works towards abolishing Human Trafficking locally and globally.
Eastern North Carolina Stop Human Trafficking Now desires to create a community that understands the tragedy of Human Trafficking and seeks to be part of the solution.
We empower our community to reduce Human Trafficing by:
We believe that all aspects of human trafficking violate human dignity and must be eliminated.
We believe that every person has the right to choose a dignified means of supporting himself or herself. We believe that every child has the right to an education, so that he or she will be able to choose a dignified means of supporting himself or herself at adulthood.
We believe it is imperative to educate the public about human trafficking, reduce the demand for slave labor and sexual servitude, prosecute the perpetrators, and protect victims and potential victims.
We seek to uphold these rights by educating the public about human trafficking, by encouraging the purchase of Fair Trade Products, and by serving those victimized by powerlessness and poverty.