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January 30, 2015

Momentum for anti-trafficking builds, but ambassadorship still vacant

Humanity United’s Vice President for Policy & Government Relations, David Abramowitz, pens a piece for The Hill calling on the Obama Administration and U.S. Congress to move swiftly in appointing a new Ambassador-at-Large to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons:

“With so much ambition and enthusiasm around the fight to end human trafficking and modern slavery, we need an ambassador who can take this momentum and harness it. She or he must steer it toward meaningful, practical change for all victims of modern slavery suffering in terrible conditions; for survivors who are seeking to overcome their exploitation; for businesses with complex supply chains; and for governments seeking to address (or willfully ignore) the current manifestations of slavery within their borders.”

Click here to read the full article at The Hill.

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