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Tag: labor trafficking
National Crime Victims Rights’ Week 2022
National Crime Victims' Rights Week is April 24th thru the 30th!
National Crime Victims’ Rights Week 2021 Proclamation
National Crime Victims' Rights Week kicks off April 18th, but The Arkansas Valley Resource Center began celebrating on April 5th, when AVRC Staff attended the La Junta City Council Meeting and received a proclamation from Mayor Jeffri Pruyn. If you have questions about National Crime Victims' Rights Week, or how AVRC can assist victims of… Continue reading National Crime Victims’ Rights Week 2021 Proclamation
NCVRW 2021: Support Victims, Build Trust, Engage Communities
It's National Crime Victims' Rights Week. Work with AVRC, as we work to Support, Build, and Engage!
Recognizing Human Labor Trafficking
Human trafficking is estimated to presently impact 40.3 million people globally. Experts believe that there are more situations of labor trafficking than of sex trafficking, but there is a much wider awareness of sex trafficking in the U.S. than of labor trafficking. According to U.S. National Human Trafficking Hotline, in 2019, individual labor trafficking victims… Continue reading Recognizing Human Labor Trafficking