Identifying how and where human trafficking is taking place to generate global, systemic disruption
Human trafficking and modern slavery are hidden crimes. Through intelligence-led prevention, we are shining a light in dark places to uncover this illicit activity and disrupt it at its source.
One of the greatest obstacles to disrupting human trafficking and modern slavery is the lack of intelligence into the inner workings, the back-stories and the networks, which build the real-time picture of what is taking place.
We need an accurate and analysed global perspective, which can only happen with the coordinated gathering and sharing of data.
If we understand how and where human trafficking is taking place, we can prevent it.
The first step to building this global perspective, is to empower everybody in the world to understand what human trafficking looks like and how to take action.
We have also developed the Centre for Intelligence-Led Prevention (CfILP) to collect global stories, connect them and build a rich picture of human trafficking hotspots and trends.
We are committed to this approach because we know that it is only through global collaboration, across all sectors of society, that we will STOP THE TRAFFIK.
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