National Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888
Text – “INFO” or “HELP” to 233733
Only do business with companies who have signed
the Child Protection Code
What is the Child Protection Code letter
that you can present to managers of hotels
The Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation
in Travel and Tourism is the only internationally accepted
Set of guidelines that can help a Hotel comprehensively
Address Child Trafficking Through Policies And Training.
The companies we should do business with
and/or purchase their products or services.
What to Look for and Whom to Tell
Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking is a $150 billion worldwide industry that NYS is making progress in trying to stop. The Trafficking Victims Protection and Justice Act was passed by the NYS legislators on March 16, 2015. The US Congress has also passed an anti trafficking bill, but…..
this $150 Billion industry is thriving here in NYC and around the world, trapping unsuspecting children, women and men into a life from which it is almost impossible to escape.
Newsweek’s February 13, 2015 cover “Sex Slaves in America” identified Queens, NY as the Sex Trafficking Capital of the Northeast!
On May 11 and 12, 2015, the NY Times ran a series of articles about the slave-like treatment of nail salon workers.
We are proud that EPW-NYC has been working with like-minded women’s organizations and legislators to stop this inhumane behavior. What can you do to stop this?
We invite you to join us at:
EPW-NYC’s September 29, 2015 meeting
6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
“Sex Trafficking and Modern Day Human Slavery –
What can you do to help prevent and stop this from happening.”
Questions: Contact email@example.com.
Governor Cuomo Signed
Order of Protection Violations
S.5605 (Robach)/A.6547-B (Weinstein)
Offer better protection to survivors of human trafficking by treating survivors as victims and holding perpetrators accountable. This will include establishing an affirmative defense for trafficking victims, creating the crime of aggravated patronizing of a minor, and allowing victims to take civil action against their traffickers.
Campus Sexual Assault
S.5965 (LaValle)/A.8244 (Glick)
Implements prevention and response policies and procedures for colleges and universities on sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking.
Nail Salon Workers
S.5966 (Venditto)/A.7630A (Kim)
Improves working conditions for nail salon workers by requiring employers to provide safety equipment, post a Bill of Rights, and secure accident, liability, and wage coverage insurance.
Summaries of the bills above provided by PowHer.