Saturday, March 31, 2012

How do I report human trafficking?

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If a child is in urgent need of assistance, contact law enforcement or child protective services to report abuse, neglect, or exploitation of a child. The Childhelp® National Child Abuse Hotline professional crisis counselors can connect a caller with a local number to report abuse. Contact Childhelp at 1.800.4.A.CHILD. (1.800.422.4453). 
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) aims to prevent child abduction and sexual exploitation; help find missing children; and assist victims of child abduction and sexual exploitation, their families, and the professionals who serve them. Contact NCMEC at 1.800.THE.LOST (1.800.843.5678). 

The HHS-funded National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) operates a hotline 24 hours a day, every day. The NHTRC will help callers identify and coordinate with local organizations that protect and serve victims of trafficking. Contact the NHTRC at 1.888.3737.888. 

Or call Monique Lessan @ 707-395-0215/858-568-4972
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Sunday, March 18, 2012

Friends and Fans of Monique Lessan: 

We are HONORED to have her speaking at this very important conference being held for a very important cause. Please take a moment to view this short vid about it, and if you think it's as important as Monique and I do, then please pass it on. 

With many thanks, Patricia Women's Power Strategy Conference - March 24, 2012 San Domenico School, San Anselmo, CA

Female Private Investigator Monique Lessan

Female Private Investigator Monique Lessan

Child Slavery Today
27 million people worldwide are slaves.
8.4 million of them are children with the largest numbers in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal.
1.8 million children are forced into prostitution or pornography with the largest numbers in India, Brazil, Thailand, and the Philippines.
The average age of a girl forced into sexual slavery is 13.
A girl in a brothel is forced to service up to 20 clients a day.
Children as young as 5 years old are sold into sexual slavery and forced to work in brothels.
Each year 1.2 million more children are forced into slavery. That’s over 3,000 a day.
Child slaves are forced to work in prostitution, agriculture, domestic servitude, mines, rice mills, brick kilns, factories, rock quarries, and as soldiers.
Child slaves are often forced to work up to 15 hours a day.