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From the HTC blog.

  • Recap: December Colorado Human Trafficking Council Meeting

  by Victoria Robertson, HTC associate and Human Trafficking Council liaison The Colorado Human Trafficking Council met for its third monthly meeting on Friday, December 12. Given that the new Council is sorting through administrative tasks, agreeing on bylaws, and electing chairs, a portion of the meeting was spent continuing to outline similar procedures for […]

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  • Perspectives on Human Trafficking: The University of Denver Comes Together to Move the Cause Forward

  by Ashley Greve, Associate Director of Advocacy “I know that human trafficking is awful, but I’m not an activist. I’m not going to work for an anti-trafficking organization so it doesn’t really have anything to do with me.” Sound familiar? As graduate students, the associates at the Human Trafficking Center hear this (or some […]

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  • The Pros and Cons of Collaboration

  by Ashley Greve (Associate Director of Advocacy) and Jenni Hankel (Associate Director of Research) Collaboration is inherent to anti-trafficking efforts, manifested as a continuous series of partnerships between victim support advocates, law enforcement, legal services and research institutions. Common sense says partnerships to eliminate human trafficking should be helpful, but not all partnerships are equally […]

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