How to End ItThe Space Between
All those who learn of human trafficking – whether they are an individual, an organization, or an entire community –immediately find this question burning in their hearts and minds:
How do we end this?
Often, the next step for many is to immediately dive in and do something. While that is an understandable and noble reaction, if we truly want to end human trafficking, we need to walk through several critical steps before we engage. At the AFRJ, we call this pause moment the space between.
Journey through each of the following steps to discover how to end human trafficking – and how to prevent it from happening in the first place.
Each step is absolutely necessary and builds on the one before it.
Step 1: Strategy
What Must Be Done?
Human trafficking is a complex issue, and it requires a comprehensive strategy to end it.
Step 2: Possibility
Explore Potential Solutions
Now that you understand the strategy, explore the possibilities.
Step 3: Context
Every Community Is Different
The ways that human trafficking presents itself can look very different from one community to another.
Step 4: Engage
How You Can Take Action
You now understand the strategy to end human trafficking. And you’ve not only explored the possibilities, but you have also contextualized your knowledge to your local community by completing a community assessment. Ready to engage? Now you can!