4x4logo2_cso4[1]     Abolition Ohio

 

 

Mission To stir society’s conscience to action against all forms of trafficking and slavery.

 

 

AbolitionOhio is a partner in the Campaign to Rescue and Restore Victims of Human Trafficking launched by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act. 

AbolitionOhio was inspired by the Dayton Human Trafficking Accords conference, convened by the University of Dayton in November 2009.  Its mission is guided by the conference’s final Declaration regarding society’s moral responsibility to abolish human trafficking and free slaves from their captivity.

AbolitionOhio is committed to the abolition of all forms of human trafficking  – labor trafficking, sex trafficking, debt bondage and all other forms of modern-day slavery.

AbolitionOhio’s activities are principally concentrated in Ohio’s Miami Valley, but it also proactively collaborates with other national and state governmental, intergovernmental, and civil society organizations engaged in the global abolitionist movement.

 

Principles

 

             We can abolish human trafficking and slavery, but only if we solemnly commit ourselves to that common purpose.

             We must confront the global scourge of trafficking and slavery beginning in our own local communities.

             We as individuals and all institutions of society have a moral responsibility to abolish all forms of trafficking and free slaves from their captivity.

 

Activities

Stir society’s conscience to action against trafficking and slavery - Through public awareness, education and training.

Rescue and Restore victims of trafficking and slavery - Through social, health, mental health and legal services for victims.

Identify and prosecute traffickers and slavers - Through collaboration with law enforcement agencies at all levels.

Promote legislation and public policies to abolish trafficking and slavery - Through legislative advocacy and dialogue with government officials.

Address the social, cultural and economic causes of trafficking and slavery - Through empirical and policy-oriented research.

 

 

Dayton Human Trafficking Accords  

 

 

human trafficking resources guide

 

 

Contact Information

 

Mark Ensalaco

Phone: 937-229-2750

 

Norma Ryan

937-825-6731

 

Anthony N. Talbott

937-229-4326