The Human, Earth ProjectFighting the global human trafficking crisis since 2013
Fighting the global human trafficking crisis since 2013
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‘The Human, Earth Project’ is a grassroots movement to raise awareness of the global human trafficking crisis, which affects every country on Earth.
Human trafficking is one of the world’s largest and most lucrative criminal industries, with an estimated 40.3 million victims (Global Slavery Index).
Awareness is the first crucial step towards tackling this monstrous issue.
Human trafficking, as seen in the media, is often very inaccessible, oversimplified, and statistical.
‘The Human, Earth Project’ gives a far more personal and nuanced insight into the complex realities of human trafficking.
Our founder’s personal connections give our work an exceptional strength, while his investigation shows that we as individuals are not powerless against human trafficking.
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“Thank you for your courage, your tenacity, and your willingness to do something beyond just talk about the tragedy that is human trafficking – I applaud you.”
– Donnie Featherston, supporter
“We all thank you for making this world a better place.”
– Arash Bahremand, supporter