Many people think sex trafficking only exists in exotic locations. While it is booming globally, you can find damage from the global sex trade in every community in America. It’s in our homes, hotel rooms, and illicit massage businesses (IMBs) masquerading as spas. Victims are females and males of all races, sexual orientations, and ages. It’s hidden in plain sight—with its neon spa signs on main streets, its online ads, and its predators in our children’s virtual chat rooms and apps on their phones. It’s exploiting and victimizing our youth and preying on those missing from our tribal communities.
Legal Rights and Needs: How Attorneys Can Help Human Trafficking Victims (On-Demand CLE)
National and global leaders have called for stronger efforts to combat and prevent human trafficking. This program provides insight for attorneys seeking to support survivors, safeguard their rights, and advocate for consistent government response.