Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking (BEST) aligns and equips leaders to use the power of business to prevent human trafficking.
BEST presents at The World Summit: End Sexual Exploitation 2025, held at The Carter Center, Atlanta, Ga.
By Sara Jean Green, Seattle Times staff reporter - Originally published May 16, 2015
A countywide program launched in the fall to reduce local demand for prostitution is seeing some early success, with police and city officials all working to increase the risk of prosecution for sex buyers while reducing the number of women arrested on prostitution charges.
Inhospitable to Human Trafficking
2 June 2015 - Red Lion Hotel, Tacoma
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