WE EQUIP MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS, LAW ENFORCEMENT AND TEACHERS TO IDENTIFY HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS.
We make media. You save lives.
The America Unchained Project trains and equips front-liners to identify human trafficking victims on the job using media, mobile platforms, live presentations and online teaching modules. We specialize in training law enforcement, medical personnel and teachers. By working together with existing organizations and local leaders, we empower change through real world situations and relevant information.
WE'RE MOVING THE "SAME OLD"
INTO THE REVOLUTIONARY.
Our world is mobile and instant. Human trafficking education should be no different. But, to date, there is no central learning site that meets the demands of what is needed to combat human trafficking. This is why we are creating an online learning hub to overcome the current obstacles front-liners face so that they can start rescuing human trafficking victims. Why a central hub? We're so glad you asked!
Awareness that's relevant
Our project focuses on clear, relevant information for professionals who can directly rescue human trafficking victims on the job.
Eliminate hours of searching
We've already spent the hundreds of hours on research so you can save time and save lives. With our "one stop shop" professionals can learn in one location .
No more budgetary hurdles
Our variety of learning opportunities will appeal to everyone's budget - from the individual to the in-house educational conference.
We partner with educators, law enforcement, experts and clinicians to create media-based, savvy, engaging
live and online trainings for hospitals, law enforcement agencies, and schools. Check out what initiatives we aim to roll out in 2019:
READY TO JOIN THE FIGHT? WE'RE HERE TO HELP YOUR TEAM!
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