the force exerted by a new idea, concept, technology, or ideology: the impact of SEE.
SEE. listens and learns through research. Understanding human trafficking's complexity can be done through data collection and innovative research. The Data Project completed in 2016 is an example of how data amplifies victim's voices, raises awareness, and moves toward measurable change.
CROSS SECTOR COLLABORATATION
SEE. fosters a space to connect people, agencies, and organizations with one another. Partnerships develop as we learn and work with one another through cross-sector collaboration. SEE. brings together cross-sector leaders to coordinate and build relationships that will be a powerful force against human trafficking.
OUR WORK GROUPS
Demand of Human Trafficking
This cross sector group meets monthly and is co-chaired with Arbor Circle’s Ben Kaiser. The leaders in this group are researching intervention methods so that our collective strategy is informed and data driven.
We imagine a new future. Conversations rich with research informed stories will create shared strategy to educate, inspire, and move our community to act. Our community can create partnerships toward a movement to end and disrupt human trafficking.