Through ORCC’s renewal process, we have been learning about and working to hold space for discussions of systemic change. In the past few decades, community organizations that address violence, including the anti-trafficking movement, have focused heavily on individual representations of and responses to violence. Though we must continue to address the unique and diverse needs of individuals who experience violence, we also know that this work can remain caught in an emergency response cycle. When violence is decontextualized and disconnected from broader structures and systems, we struggle to get to the root of these issues.

We are excited to share highlights from our engagements and have created a draft Action Plan that we hope will provide a framework for concrete, actionable steps toward real change. This information is available for review in the Anti-Human Trafficking 2023 Report report.

Published On: May 23, 2023

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