Georgia Coalition to Combat Human Trafficking Members:
Roles and Responsibilities of Members:
Benefits of Participation:
The Georgia Coalition to Combat Human Trafficking operates by a targeted, strategic framework which consists of five individual Subcommittees addressing the four pillars of human trafficking: vulnerability, recruitment, exploitation, withdrawal, and reintegration.
The GCCHT works in tandem with Georgia’s Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force in order to not duplicate efforts and take advantage of shared resources and expertise to better combat trafficking and support all victims. Thus, the GCCHT works from the four pillars of Protection, Prevention, Prosecution, and Partnership, as well accounting the five elements of the trafficking continuum: Vulnerability, Recruitment, Exploitation, Withdrawal, and Reintegration.
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