Study the issues. Be a voice. .

Doctor Sandra Morgan speaking at Priceless Luncheon.

Welcome to the Global Center for Women and Justice (GCWJ) website! We encourage all communities to explore the issues surrounding human trafficking, victim rights, family violence, trauma, evidence-based practices, action research, and more. This is a space where we can study the issues and use our voices to make a difference locally, nationally and globally.

Dr. Sandra Morgan

Director, Global Center for Women and Justice

Order Ending Human Trafficking: A Handbook of Strategies for the Church Today, co-authored by Dr. Sandra Morgan, here!

The Global Center for Women & Justice team went on a study abroad trip to

Navajo Nation! 

GCWJ’s Director, Dr. Sandie Morgan and team went to Navajo Nation in Arizona last month to co-host the first virtual conference to end human trafficking! 

Navajo Nation – Ensure Justice: To Build a Resilient Child. To watch the conference video’s click on the link below. 

The Reality of Modern Day Slavery

Local

415 victims assisted; 169 human trafficking convictions 1

National

1649 victims identified in federal criminal cases; 171 government initiated human trafficking cases 2

Global

24.9 million in forced labor, 15.4 million in forced marriage, and 1 in 4 victims are children3

The Reality of Modern Day Slavery

Local

415 victims assisted; 169 human trafficking convictions 1

National

1649 victims identified in federal criminal cases; 171 government initiated human trafficking cases 2

Global

24.9 million in forced labor, 15.4 million in forced marriage, and 1 in 4 victims are children3

Our Purpose

The Global Center for Women and Justice exists to advance the global status of women, children, at-risk and vulnerable populations and end human trafficking through research, education, advocacy, collaboration, and hope.

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Our Work

As an academic center, GCWJ is committed to developing educational resources to promote best practice and data-driven decision making and serving our community as a clearinghouse for information on women’s issues in a multidisciplinary approach.

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