Global Center for Women and Justice

Global Center for Women and Justice

Impact of COVID-19 on Human Trafficking 

Impact of COVID-19 on Human Trafficking  By Ruthi Hoffman Hanchett    After nearly 10 months of a global pandemic that has brought death, isolation, poverty, and fear, those of us in the anti-trafficking community continue to ask the question; how will this affect human trafficking?  While data is still emerging and information may be more anecdotal than …

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National Slavery & Human Trafficking Prevention Month

This January, the Global Center for Women and Justice is honoring National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month through an emphasis on solutions for the heightened levels of exploitation brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.    Even under normal circumstances, identifying and providing resources to human-trafficking victims is challenging. Now, with the added complications of the pandemic, NGOs and law enforcement around the world are struggling …

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News | November Edition

Celebration of Fair Trade Fashion Live2free’s annual Fair Trade Fashion Show is coming to your virtually this year! We are thrilled to announce this year’s alternative: Live2free’s 2-week Celebration of Fair Trade Fashion. Live2free kicked off this past week with #Live2freeFairTradeChallenge, a social media challenge encouraging people to share their ethical fashion. In partnership with Soroptimist Huntington …

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Priceless 2020 – Celebrating 10 Years of Dr. Morgan’s Leadership

Despite the limitations COVID-19 has placed around the world, the Global Center for Women and Justice continues to persevere in the fight against human trafficking. The Global Center strived against all odds to virtually plan and execute our Priceless luncheon. The purpose of Priceless is to execute our mission to end human trafficking and the …

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New Faces Join GCWJ’s Justice, Freedom, and Dignity Internship Program

GCWJ welcomes six new interns to it Justice, Freedom, and Dignity internship program.   Desiree Bradburry, Outreach Intern Desiree is a currently a senior studying Theology with an emphasis in Intercultural Studies at Vanguard University of Southern California. The fight to end human trafficking has been a great passion of hers since high school, and …

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GCWJ Welcomes New Coordinator

I am excited to support the fight to end human trafficking in general, but I am most excited to work with students as they join the fight. College students are tenacious, passionate, and ready to change the world, and I am honored to walk alongside them as they lead us all toward a better, brighter future.

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