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Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Appropriations
The scope of human trafficking and slavery has come into sharp focus over the past years with an estimated 27 million slaves worldwide—more than any other time in history. Human trafficking is also the second largest criminal enterprise in the world, generating over $32 billion in profits to traffickers annually according to some estimates.
ATEST makes recommendations to Congress on how to leverage federal funding for law enforcement to apprehend and prosecute traffickers, and to provide much needed services for victims to rebuild their lives.
Read the ATEST Guide to Anti-Slavery Funding (FY2014).
- Letters: Advocacy Community Backs FY14 Federal Funding for Anti-Trafficking Programs (03/25/13)
- ATEST National Call: FY14 Funding for Anti-Trafficking Programs (03/18/13)
- Letter: Advocacy Community Aligns to Advance FY13 Federal Funding for Anti-Trafficking Programs (03/22/12)
- "Dear Colleague" Letter: Support FY13 Federal Funding for Anti-Trafficking Program (03/22/12)
- ATEST National Call: FY13 Funding for Anti-Trafficking Programs (03/13/12)