Global Counter-Human Trafficking Solution Network
Organized by: Ron Werda
Human Trafficking, in all its horrific forms, is among the most despicable scourges to humanity and borderless crimes to the global community. To not only increase public awareness worldwide, but encourage the urgently required research, information gathering and sharing, training, and innovation that unite to combat the complexities of human trafficking, is a task too great for just any one organization or association of organizations alone. Rather, a global solution network needs to be created and sustained that can effectively be coordinated to combat and ultimately eradicate trans-border human trafficking, and see to making its victims made whole again. Assembling such a global solution network requires human and technological resources and functionalities to achieve global collaboration and coordination, including amplifying the impact of existing NGOs and smaller networks. Combatting human trafficking requires 21st Century tools to solve such a 21st Century global problem. This is aligned to a fundamental change underway regarding how global problems can be solved and perhaps how we govern ourselves. A global solution network has not been seriously attempted by NGOs working in the areas of human trafficking. With your support and even community-level support, together we can achieving new forms of cooperation, social change, and the production of global public value- and more specifically, mobilizing to innovatively battle one of the world's most urgent and complex problems. Let’s make it happen !! How will your support be impactful? funding for technology to create a greater diversity of engagement options, enabling the leveraging of digital technology (social media, big data, data analytics, mobile, geo-spaciality, the cloud), and for enabling technological innovations. your willingness and desire to be recognized as a significant stakeholder and even the opportunity to join a growing team of stakeholders to lend your many talents. We welcome contributor contact information so that we can update you on our progress! Thank you for Your Support!