Human Trafficking is a multi-level issue that has many complex connections to systems of oppression that are deeply intertwined with culture. As a result, it is very difficult to pinpoint one “solution” to trafficking.
However, that should not stop us from investing in practices against human trafficking.
These anti-trafficking efforts are generally grouped into four categories, commonly known as the 4 P’s of trafficking: Prevention, Prosecution, Protection, and Partnership.
IHTI is dedicated to training student activists and creating opportunities for collaboration worldwide. In those ways the IHTI itself lends prevention and partnership efforts to the anti-trafficking movement.
Though IHTI students are involved with a variety of fields and work on all 4 of the P’s, the IHTI is bringing them together in hopes that their collaboration will produce a better solution. As practices against trafficking evolve, we want IHTI students to share knowledge and best practices across borders in hopes that someday we will have better answers and a solid solution that will all but end this social epidemic.