Fight Sex Trafficking by Volunteering

By Guest Writer Jared:

Sex trafficking is a truth that most people prefer not to dig into. However, this problem reality needs to be fought! If you are willing to fight back, then the following guide should help you get involved in fighting back.

Educate Yourself

You want to do your part, and that’s great. Chances are, there’s an organization near you where you can get involved and volunteer, but one way to start is to educate yourself.

There are a few things to look for. If the person you are worried about can’t speak without someone being around, then there might be something there. One of the best ways to approach this is to simply take a human trafficking awareness course to help you spot potential victims. This will give you the tools needed to make you more aware when a threat is close by.

Call it In

It is easy to feel angry and to want to do something about sex trafficking. The moment you see it or suspect something, this is the moment you have to show some constraint. You can get so involved that you try to solve the issue yourself, but this would be a mistake.

This is a very dangerous problem, so it’s better to just call it in if you suspect something is wrong. You can call the police, or you can call your local sheriff’s office. Another thing that you can do is call the government-run hotline. This will connect you with the right people. These folks are trained professionals that will address this issue safely.

Get Involved Politically

The next step you can take is to get involved politically. The people who represent you are supposed to work for you. Local, state, and even federal government representatives are all working for you.

Send them an email, give them a call, or write them a letter regarding your concerns about this kind of trafficking. The person you contacted should respond to you, and you can use that answer to inform your next vote. Get rid of the people who aren’t working to improve people’s lives, and that’s one way to fight back politically.

Organize and Fundraising

The chances are high that there’s an organization nearby that is attempting to fight this problem. You can volunteer there, but if you’ve got fundraising skills, then you can use those to raise some cash.

The money you raise can be offered to organizations you believe are doing their best to fight this evil. You can split up the funds among several organizations to try to provide the most help all around. If you are going to fundraise, make sure you use your specific talents to get the most out of the event.

Spread the Message

It may not seem like a big deal, but awareness can help fight this type of crime. The problem is figuring out how you can spread this message around even though there is only one of you.

Remember that you don’t have to talk to every person you know. Use media to help move this conversation along. Documentaries and movies are dealing with this subject. Find these forms of media and show them to friends or family members. Awareness can inspire others to join the cause along with you.

Choosing the Right Career

Sometimes, the best way to fight back is to choose a career that’ll help you do so. This is a big choice, but if you feel strongly and are driven enough, then this choice is for you.

There are a number of careers to choose from like becoming a lawyer or maybe focusing on journalism so that you can learn how to dig up these operations and expose them. You could also get involved in medicine to help victims recover. The career of a cop could also work for you though this is a dangerous profession, so keep that in mind.

There are many ways to improve this situation. By building awareness, volunteering and getting involved in a way that allows you to impact others, this will allow us all to combat this monstrous crime.

 

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