There are an estimated 4.8 million victims of sex trafficking worldwide, with the United States leading all other nations in driving demand – i.e. the U.S. is the biggest consumer of sex worldwide. The demand for purchasing women, men and children for sex is continuing to escalate due to our hypersexualized society, and the demand for sex with even younger children is increasing. This is attracting more sex traffickers to the industry who see a financial opportunity to cash in on the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world. At the U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking, we are aggressively focused on ending this massive problem happening right here in America by fighting the demand.
Our focus to end human trafficking in the United States is to educate American citizens and legislators, disrupt sex trade activities, consolidate efforts for maximum effect, and partner with other organizations in this fight. We also work in conjunction with federal, state and local government officials who sit in a position to influence policy on ending trafficking in America.
A community-wide strategy to end human sex trafficking through community members and leaders, law enforcement, businesses, schools, healthcare organizations, churches and the media.
USIAHT’s Florida Safe Home is one of the first safe homes for boys in the United States dedicated to the care of male victims of sex trafficking under the age of 18.
Join the fight with our 30 Day Abolitionist Campaign to help bring awareness to the issue of human sex trafficking and how we can work together to end it.
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