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We envision a state free of human trafficking through creating communities actively working to abolish human trafficking.
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About NC Stop Human Trafficking
Educating citizens about the reality of sex trafficking and labor trafficking in North Carolina is imperative to creating communities actively working to abolish human trafficking.
We go out into communities in our state with information about human trafficking, the National Human Trafficking Hotline Number (1-888-3737-888) and ask businesses, agencies and other individuals to join the anti-human trafficking movement.
COLLABORATIONS & COALITIONS
Community members, agencies and organizations must come together to combat human trafficking locally. We provide development assistance so communities can develop their own coalitions to combat human trafficking.
We have advocated for a state and country that delivers compassionate services to human trafficking survivors and proactively work to prevent human trafficking.
Our global effort to combat human trafficking is introducing fair trade into the local markets. We put our money wear our mouth is and sell fair trade certified products through our Fair Traders Project program.
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We are seeking a Project Coordinator to assist us in our collaborative efforts. If you are passionate about making an impact in the anti-human trafficking movement, click the button to read the job description and see if it’s the right fit for you!
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We are an organization on a mission to bring awareness, action and an ultimate end to human trafficking in our state. Because the issue is everywhere — the solution requires help from everyone — not just from a dedicated few. There are plenty of ways to get involved. And we’re glad you’re here.
Recent Blog Posts
NC Stop Human Trafficking denounces HB2601 “National Trafficking Hotline Enhancement Act.”
This policy would require the National Human Trafficking Hotline to hand over information to state and federal law enforcement upon request.
A common question community members ask relates to border control. The question sounds like “If we improve border control, can we get rid of human trafficking?”
Human trafficking occurs in North Carolina every day. The very limited data that is available answers the question, and though it isn’t a full picture, it does provide a snapshot.
This month we are talking about all things back to school with the Pitt County Schools Director of Student Services Karen Harrington.
Pitt County Schools has made large strides in implementing trauma-informed practices for students and staff, and Mrs. Harrington is highlighting that in this episode.
A new report (“Forced Labour Risk is Pervasive in the US Land-Based Food Supply”) released in July found that 62% of total forced labor risk in land-based food supply comes from U.S. domestic production or processing.
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Understanding A Misunderstood Issue
One of the biggest challenges to our cause is that many don’t know what human trafficking looks like. Not the movie version you may have seen — it’s an issue that crosses age, borders race, economics and beyond — and it’s all around us. Learn what to look for. Get involved. And become part of the solution.