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A Solutions Platform for Promoting Synergistic Solutions
 
to Abolish Global Slavery and Support Sustainability

In the last decade, the issue of human trafficking has come to the forefront of national and global concern. Human trafficking involves the recruitment or procurement of people through deception or force, for the purpose of labor or sexual exploitation, where victims are coerced to work under heinous, often violent circumstances, at times seven days a week for little or no pay.


Trinity is dedicated to eradicating human trafficking by partnering with corporations and other NGOs that embrace comprehensive and sustainable solutions, such as:

 
 
 

Trinity: The Third Hand of Protection

Human Trafficking: Slavery Still Exists

 

Depicting a third hand of protection, the  Seafarer's Memorial  by renowned  sculptor Stanley Wanlass is dedicated to the sailors, watermen, and  "those who do business on its waters, who have been lost at sea." Trinity pays tribute via this third hand of protection to all human trafficking victims who have been unjustly harmed.

  • Click through for a slide show on Trinity's work. Pause on a picture if you need more time.
    Click through for a slide show on Trinity's work. Pause on a picture if you need more time.
  • Sheldon Zhang estimates there are over 4,000 labor trafficking victims on farms in San Diego County. "Looking for a Hidden Population." To combat this crime in the agricultural industry, Trinity has provided trainings at the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
    Sheldon Zhang estimates there are over 4,000 labor trafficking victims on farms in San Diego County. "Looking for a Hidden Population." To combat this crime in the agricultural industry, Trinity has provided trainings at the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
  • We have become a "consumer of suffering." For instance, Nestle admitted to using slave labor in its products containing fish, including Fancy Feast catfood. Trinity fellow, David Tian, prescribes eight policy and behavioral recommendations to combat this transnational crime.
    We have become a "consumer of suffering." For instance, Nestle admitted to using slave labor in its products containing fish, including Fancy Feast catfood. Trinity fellow, David Tian, prescribes eight policy and behavioral recommendations to combat this transnational crime.
  • A victim used business staples to reattach another victim’s ear after Mrs. Subhnani ripped it while enslaving them. Trinity provides pro bono legal services to such survivors to afford them justice against their perpetrators.
    A victim used business staples to reattach another victim’s ear after Mrs. Subhnani ripped it while enslaving them. Trinity provides pro bono legal services to such survivors to afford them justice against their perpetrators.
  • One of Trinity's clients, a domestic servitude victim in Baltimore, MD, was enslaved for 8 years and forced to wash cars outside during the freezing winters—one of many abuses she suffered at the hands of her traffickers; she escaped with the assistance of a church pastor.
    One of Trinity's clients, a domestic servitude victim in Baltimore, MD, was enslaved for 8 years and forced to wash cars outside during the freezing winters—one of many abuses she suffered at the hands of her traffickers; she escaped with the assistance of a church pastor.
  • Filmed by the OWN Network's for its episode, "3AM Girls," this girl, estimated to be 12 years old, was being sold for sex on Avenue K NW in Washington, DC. Trinity provides trainings on topics including how to identify a victim, how to safely assist suspected victims, and how to prevent human trafficking.
    Filmed by the OWN Network's for its episode, "3AM Girls," this girl, estimated to be 12 years old, was being sold for sex on Avenue K NW in Washington, DC. Trinity provides trainings on topics including how to identify a victim, how to safely assist suspected victims, and how to prevent human trafficking.
  • 59% of migrants working on Thai sea vessels have seen a co-worker murdered while in international waters. Trinity's research aims to provide implementable solutions to eradicate slavery in the form of labor trafficking both internationally and within the U.S.
    59% of migrants working on Thai sea vessels have seen a co-worker murdered while in international waters. Trinity's research aims to provide implementable solutions to eradicate slavery in the form of labor trafficking both internationally and within the U.S.
Click through for a slide show on Trinity's work. Pause on a picture if you need more time.
Click through for a slide show on Trinity's work. Pause on a picture if you need more time.

The International Labor Organization (May 2014) estimates there are over 21 million human trafficking victims in the world today. This is more than double the combined populations of New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago

Our Expertise

Trinity's Founders have over 30 years of combined work experience in finding sustainable solutions to labor trafficking , and have facilitated over 60 public speaking engagements on combating human trafficking. What truly sets us apart is our team of Executive Advisers and Research Analysts who are subject matter experts in corporate forensic compliance, financial crime, executive business, government contracts, U.S. prison systems, international relations, climate change impacts and adaptation, TESOL, law, and providing first-responder assistance. With such a comprehensive and expansive depth of expertise, Trinity confidently provides viable and sustainable solutions towards the eradication of global slavery.  


OUR SERVICES


Trinity creates cutting edge solutions to labor trafficking by generating jobs that are both ecologically sound and economically viable, especially where people are most vulnerable to human trafficking, such as areas devastated by famine, war, ecosystem destruction and climate change.  


Trinity provides corporate consulting on supply chains,  government contracts and compliance with federal and state regulations against human trafficking.  Our trainings in English, Spanish, French, Amharic, Arabic, Indonesian, Hindi, Punjabi, and Mandarin Chinese, are geared towards corporations at risk for human trafficking,  English as a Second Language (ESL) programs, unaccompanied minors, and students.  To support this work, Trinity conducts research to identify workable solutions for combating human trafficking. Our organization also offers pro bono legal services for human rights survivors on U and T visa applications and civil restitution lawsuits against human trafficking perpetrators.

REPORT SUSPECTED TRAFFICKING

Call the NATIONAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING HOTLINE at 888-373-7888
if you suspect someone is being trafficked. They can help in any language 24/7.

Call 911 if you think someone is in immediate danger. 

Find out more how you can safely help current and suspected victims. 
 
GET INVOLVED
Be a part of the solution to end slave labor and the needless suffering of its victims. With your support and tax deductible* contributions, we look foward to a positive future for these survivors. Together we can provide them the support they need to return to their families, their schools — their lives.

Trinity offers the unique opportunity to give voices to those who want to proffer solutions towards ending human trafficking. This is a wonderful avenue for students and others interested in writing on the subject of labor trafficking. 

Please join us by supporting the cause. The lives of trafficking victims and survivors need your support. 
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