Advocacy seeks to change policy by creating and changing laws, affecting public opinion, and strengthening the community factors and judicial systems that will deter trafficking. Advocates against human trafficking can engage in advocacy by meeting with a legislator, writing an editorial for a newspaper, signing a petition, and engaging in other activities that raise awareness and promote change. Legislation against human trafficking can be directed at the local level or be targeted at the international countries who desire a working relationship with the United States. Most importantly, advocates pray to the One who is the defender of the helpless.

Transformation Network

Our mission is to build a proven-intervention and prevention program that reaches the young people most at risk of falling into the sex trade and guides them into becoming productive and empowered individuals.

Youth Ending Slavery

YES strives to empower youth, raise awareness of the prevalence of modern day slavery, and promote legislative change.