NATIONAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS DAY
National Human Trafficking Awareness Day is observed annually on January 11.
Beginning in 2010, by Presidential Proclamation, each January has been designated National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Following the start of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, with the help of non-government organizations, National Human Trafficking Day began and is observed annually on January 11.
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“As we work to dismantle trafficking networks and help survivors rebuild their lives, we must also address the underlying forces that push so many into bondage. We must develop economies that create legitimate jobs, build a global sense of justice that says no child should ever be exploited, and empower our daughters and sons with the same chances to pursue their dreams. This month, I call on every nation, every community, and every individual to fight human trafficking wherever it exists. Let us declare as one that slavery has no place in our world, and let us finally restore to all people the most basic rights of freedom, dignity, and justice.”
HOW TO OBSERVED
Use #HumanTraffickingAwarenessDay to post on social media.
Also check out National Inner Beauty Day to discover more ways to be a part of the solution to ending human trafficking.
The United States Senate designated January 11 as National Human Trafficking Awareness Day in 2007.
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