Much of the fight to eradicate human trafficking will be won by preventing it in the first place. In order to PREVENT human trafficking, communities must be made aware that this evil exists and must be educated about what puts children, youth, and adults at risk in their cities. While there is no one face of a human trafficking victim, certain populations are more vulnerable. Understanding and addressing factors that lead to vulnerability will aid in preventing exploitation. Further, without demand, human trafficking would not exist. We must address this root problem – in the lives of individuals, in our culture, and in our laws and policies.

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