As the end of Human Trafficking Awareness Month draws to a close, we do not need to simply move on from the issue. Only in recent years has the evil of human trafficking gained the exposure it has now. That is, while many may consider slavery a thing of the past, we now know that, though it takes different and less obvious forms, slavery and trafficking are just as pervasive today. There is much work to do to eradicate it altogether.
January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month. But what does that mean? As one who works with those facing human trafficking, Nell Green helps us better understand the many misconceptions surrounding the topic. She gives practical advice about how each of us can prevent and end human trafficking both here and around the globe.