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La Jolla Human Trafficking Accords

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La Jolla Human Trafficking Accords

WHEREAS… modern day slavery exists today in the form of human trafficking and sexual exploitation in greater numbers than at any time in our history.

* WE THE PEOPLE… and the National Association of Human Trafficking Victim Advocates hereby declare:

* All peoples, regardless of race, religion, gender, age, nationality, or social group, have the right to live freely without fear of exploitation.

* Due to the increased demand for minor victims of labor and sexual exploitation, all children are entitled to society’s increased protection.

* Due to the fact that human trafficking is the fastest growing crime in our world today, this issue needs urgent attention and full collaboration among all service providers, law enforcement agencies, media outlets, community leaders, governmental agencies, and citizens.

* Legislation to enhance, and close loopholes, in the current laws against human trafficking need to reflect the severity of this heinous crime.

* Victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation should be given enhanced professional rehabilitation and healing for the traumatic consequences of their enslavement.* Increased funding focused on programs that work should be the priority of all government organizations and private sector donors so as to effectively fight the demand for forced slave labor and commercialized sex and to help abolish slavery in our lifetime.

* Recognizing that modern slavery is no longer a hidden tragedy, priority needs to given to educating the public, law enforcement, transportation and service industries, the media, and social service providers on how to help stop it.

* All human traffickers and their clients (those that buy others for sex / those that force others to work in slave conditions) need to know society does not accept this behavior and we are increasing our efforts to stop this madness.

​* To today’s victims, and tomorrow’s survivors, please know that we are here to help – call the national hotline at 888-3737-888 or email us at stopslavery2014@gmail.com or call us at +1.888.206.3264

IN CONCLUSION … this La Jolla Human Trafficking Accords document should be freely distributed and promoted throughout the world in order for all peoples to work together to finally end this travesty in our society.

Author: Cenedella.de

Over the last 4 decades I have been involved in the fight for patient rights in America, and now here in Germany. During my career I have served as a Board of Director for the World Trade Center San Diego and as a Lead Consultant for Deutsche Telekom's Executive Board, Co-Founded the San Diego Software Council and the Dayton Human Trafficking Accords and was Director of LawInfo's Lead Council Program. Previously I was a C-Level Business Development Executive in the technology sector, but also involved with the cannabis industry since 1977. More recently I have been fulltime in the legal medical marijuana industry here in Europe, helping international companies navigate the biggest potential market in the world. This website is light on details due to confidentiality issues with clients but be rest assured I am knowledgeable, professional and with street cred in the industry that can immediately assist your growth in some way. Consulting Services: Sales and Business Development Assist with Strategic Direction Professionally represent your firm Special Projects management Licensing and compliance Sales and Distribution networks Qualify potential partners I am your resource on the ground in Europe, contact me directly to schedule an initial discussion on the German Cannabis-as-Medicine market. Thank you, Philip J. Cenedella IV Call +1.888.206.3264 USA +49.0.151.720.17652 GERMANY Skype: philip.j.cenedella eMail: phil@cenedella.de LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cenedellade/

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