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Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking
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Informing social change to eliminate human exploitation.
Informing social change to eliminate human exploitation.

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Human Rights Day 2017: "Violations of human rights are both a cause and a consequence of trafficking in persons, making the promotion and protection of human rights particularly relevant to the fight against it."#StandUp4HumanRights

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Holding inclusive space for survivor participation goes well beyond possessing empathy skills. As allies, we must attend to ways in which the movement can slip into a “missionary” mindset, “saving” victims who have lost their agency and need “rescuing.” Their survivorship is a testament to their strength and resilience. New on the up|END Campaign Blog Series:

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Today is International Volunteer Day, and we would like to honor and thank our 40 current and over 100 former dedicated hotline advocate volunteers. Learn about the important work they're doing to fight human trafficking: #upENDtrafficking

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"When we are able to effectively share successes, lessons learned, and develop plans together to comprehensively end human trafficking, we have the capacity to turn exploitation upside down." New today on the up|END Campaign Blog Series from LCHT Board Member Dr. Annie Miller. #upENDtrafficking #humantrafficking

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"Power can be overt or subtle, felt in an instant or drawn out. The power of those who have versus those who do not...Thus, human trafficking is often the ultimate abuse of power." Read yesterday's Giving Tuesday reflections from our Executive Director Amanda that kicked off our up|END Campaign: http://bit.ly/2kb2sHW #upENDtrafficking
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This #GivingTuesday YOU can upend human trafficking! Join this "global giving moment" and find out how local support will upend a global crime: #upENDtrafficking

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If passed, this bill would be retroactively effective and could be used to prosecute those who knowingly allowed sex trafficking content to be posted. What to know about the “Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act” of 2017 .

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Do you have 15 minutes for anti-trafficking? Let's learn from each other and support progress across Colorado's anti-trafficking movement! Stand and be counted:

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TONIGHT! We want to see YOU at our Fall Re|Gather! This is a great time to celebrate the start of fall with LCHT's staff, board members, and interns. Drop in for a few minutes or stay for an hour- this is an "open house" style event. We'll be meeting up at Denver Central Market (2669 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205) from 4:30-6:30PM.
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Meet Kara Napolitano, our new Program Specialist! We feel SO fortunate to have her joining us full time in this work... find out why:
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