Event: 5th Anniversary Celebration!
Date: Saturday, October 3, 6 - 8PM
East Carolina Heart Institute
115 Heart Drive
We’ll have drinks, hors d'oeuvres, music, and fun! Get your picture taken on the Red Carpet!
Fair Traders, our Fair Trade market, will be out and about this spring! Come shop with us at any of these events! Look for our banner and you'll find beautiful products made all over the world by artisans paid a fair, living wage.
Upcoming Training Across the State:
Upcoming Statewide Anti-Human Trafficking Meetings:
Event: North Carolina Coalition Against Human Trafficking
(A group-including law enforcement, legal services, social services, advocates, direct service providers, faith-based organizations, and other interested organizations-that works to raise awareness about human trafficking, support efforts to prosecute traffickers, and identify and assist victims.)
Date: Thursday, May 7th from 10:00am- 11:30am
The meeting is held by videoconference in four North Carolina cities. You can attend any the locations below.
** 310 New Bern Avenue, Suite 800 Terry Sanford Federal Bldg. & US Courthouse Raleigh, NC 27601-1461 (919) 856-4530
Please plan to arrive at your respective location 15 minutes prior to the meeting start time so as to allow yourself time to go through the security check and be escorted to the conference room.
Please feel free to attend whichever location you would like. As always, to enter the Federal Law Center you must present a valid State or Federal ID (i.e. driver’s license, etc.). For security purposes the following is a list of items that will not be allowed into a Federal Court Facility: firearms, stun gun, mace or pepper spray, knives, box cutters, razors, or any cutting device of any kind, cameras: to include any device having the photographic capacity (i.e. cell phones with camera features, personal organizers with camera features; and any device recording or transmitting capabilities; to include tape recorders, video recorders, wireless microphones, push to talk cell phones, hand held or two way radios or similar radio communications devices.
North Carolina Human Trafficking Commission
(Created by Safe Harbor Law in 2013. Members are appointed by the Governor and Legislative Leaders. All meetings will be held from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and are open to the public.)
** April 23, 2015: NC Department of Justice (Old Education Building)
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Eastern North Carolina Stop Human Trafficking Now, desires to create a community that actively works towards abolishing Human Trafficking locally and globally.
Eastern North Carolina Stop Human Trafficking Now desires to create a community that understands the tragedy of Human Trafficking and seeks to be part of the solution.
We empower our community to reduce Human Trafficing by:
We believe that all aspects of human trafficking violate human dignity and must be eliminated.
We believe that every person has the right to choose a dignified means of supporting himself or herself. We believe that every child has the right to an education, so that he or she will be able to choose a dignified means of supporting himself or herself at adulthood.
We believe it is imperative to educate the public about human trafficking, reduce the demand for slave labor and sexual servitude, prosecute the perpetrators, and protect victims and potential victims.
We seek to uphold these rights by educating the public about human trafficking, by encouraging the purchase of Fair Trade Products, and by serving those victimized by powerlessness and poverty.