Why Successfully Reintegrating Trafficking Survivors Is So Challenging

Friday, June 01, 2012


Why are victims declining assistance?
How can we identify more victims to assist?
Is reintegrating victims back into the same circumstances that drove them to migrate to begin with "successful reintegration?"
Why are most vocational training programs still not related to the actual job market where the victim will be (re)integrated?
What are some successful models aiming to reduce stigma for (re)integrated victims?
How can we increase our capacity to provide quality psycho-social care to victims of trafficking?

 

Children on Stage

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The following is a guest blog post by one of our trusted implementing partners.  Coleen Hedglin currently serves as the Program Consultant for Beyond Borders’ Child Protection Program.  I would encourage you to read this post and get involved in supporting this important movement! 

Why I Support KONY 2012

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

We grant makers, humanitarians and relief/development workers can be a cynical bunch and rightly so. We’ve seen earnest but naive people and organizations jump into the fray of some issue, splash big and burn out. We’ve seen slick plans and well-marketed campaigns that seem too good to be true because they are. We’ve embraced many issues ourselves thinking we would help to solve a problem or find the lever that creates big social change, only to discover it is much, much more complex than we thought and there are no easy answers or quick solutions. If we’re honest, we might have become a little disillusioned ourselves. 

KONY 2012

Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Our friends @Invisible want to make Joseph Kony famous. We could't agree more. You'll want to watch this. 

National Human Trafficking Awareness Day

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

The President of the United States has declared January, National Human Trafficking Prevention Month.   Even more specifically, today (January 11th) is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. How about taking 10 minutes of your day to make yourself more aware of this ongoing injustice?