Safe House Project has the honor of leading a national coalition of more than 400 anti-trafficking organizations, corporations, business leaders and survivor leaders who have shown their support for this comprehensive and bipartisan legislation which is a whole-of-government approach, designed to strengthen, expand, and create new initiatives to protect victims, prosecute traffickers and prevent trafficking.
Sign the letter of support today for the passage of H.R. 6552, a bill that would reauthorize the Frederick Douglass Trafficking Victim Protection Act of 2000 and further the protection of trafficking victims, prevention of trafficking, and prosecution of those responsible for this crime.
"If one person is vulnerable, then we all are vulnerable." - Tomekah Burl, Senior Foreign Policy Advisor for Representative Karen Bass @Office of Representative Karen Bass (D-CA)
Congressional Briefing Speakers
Mary Vigil - Director of Policy for Representative Chris Smith @Office of Representative Chris Smith (R-NJ)
Tomekah Burl - Senior Foreign Policy Advisor for Representative Karen Bass @Office of Representative Karen Bass (D-CA)
Tanya Gould - Survivor Leader & Presidential Award Recipient for Extraordinary Efforts to Combat Trafficking in Persons
Bill Woolf - Policy Director @ Safe House Project and Former Acting Director Office for Victims of Crime Department of Justice
Moderator: Kristi Wells - CEO of Safe House Project