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FYS Human Trafficking: Home

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Students will explore the types of human trafficking that exist today and what governments, nonprofits, businesses, and citizens are doing to end it. Governments educate, legislate, prosecute and enforce laws to end it. Nonprofits raise awareness, rescue victims, counsel victims, train victims in job skills, fight government corruption, and pursue lawsuits to seek justice against traffickers. Businesses source materials and goods through certified supply chains and donate to organizations that fight human trafficking. Finally, citizens can shop wisely donate funds, raise awareness, and interact with victims to train and counsel them.


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