Not On My Watch
What can we do about the abomination known as Human Trafficking?
Every year, millions of men, women, and children are victims of human trafficking in the United States and other countries around the world. Estimates show that human trafficking is a multi-billion dollar business.
In his book, Human Trafficking: The Definitive Guide to Stopping Human Trafficking, Marcus Allen explores the answers to the critical question, what can we do to help stop this horrific crime?
Human trafficking is often an invisible crime because victims rarely come forward out of fear. Traffickers use fraud, force, or coercion to force their victims into performing hard-labor or commercial sexual exploitation.
Victims of this heinous crime are typically people who are vulnerable for a variety of reasons. These reasons can include emotional or psychological vulnerability, poverty, no available social safety net, natural disasters, or regional political instability. The emotional trauma suffered by these victims can be so significant that many will not identify themselves as victims or even ask for help.
In this book, Malcolm Allen outlines several ways in which we can become part of the means to end this crime. One essential factor is being able to recognize the indicators of human trafficking. Being able to recognize these key indicators is a significant first step in identifying possible victims of human trafficking and can help save someoneâ€™s life.
Will you be part of the solution? Order your copy of Human Trafficking today. You may have a chance to save a life!