Governments have committed to ending sex trafficking - hold them accountable!
A failure to address trafficking for sexual exploitation, which encompasses 54% of all human trafficking victims, would leave millions of women and girls vulnerable to continued violence and abuse.
Governments around the world have committed to stop the $150 billion trafficking industry and to enact and implement punitive measures to punish traffickers.
HOWEVER, right now, these commitments are just words on paper. Without concrete methods and systems to track how exactly these commitments will be fulfilled, it is nearly impossible to evaluate progress or to hold governments accountable. Meanwhile, women and girls continue to suffer.
Join us to make sure that governments are required to update annually on their progress and concrete enforcement methods are implemented to end sex trafficking!
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