U.S. Advisory Council on Human Trafficking
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The Survivors of Human Trafficking Empowerment Act (P.L. 114-22, sec. 115) established the U.S. Advisory Council on Human Trafficking. The Council consists of 8-14 survivors of human trafficking from diverse backgrounds and experiences, in order to provide recommendations to the U.S. Government to strengthen U.S. federal policy and programming efforts that reflect the best practices in the field. Below is the ATEST Factsheet with recommendations on the Council’s implementation.Download Fact Sheet
ATEST Applauds Re-introduction of International Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act
28/3/23 • Terry FitzPatrick
WASHINGTON – The Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST) applauds key...
ATEST Reviews U.S. Accomplishments & Deficiencies for 2023 TIP Report
17/2/23 • Terry FitzPatrick
February 17, 2023 The Honorable Cindy Dyer Ambassador-at-Large U.S. State...
Congress Passes, President Signs Partial Reauthorization of Trafficking Victims Protection Act
06/1/23 • Terry FitzPatrick
WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden this week signed two bills passed in...
ATEST Applauds Senate Confirmation of Cindy Dyer as J/TIP Ambassador
21/12/22 • Terry FitzPatrick
WASHINGTON – The Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST) thanks the...
ATEST Urges Leadership to Bring Cindy Dyer’s J/TIP Director Nomination to Full Senate Vote
09/12/22 • Terry FitzPatrick
December 9, 2022 The Honorable Chuck Schumer U.S. Senate Majority...
ATEST Applauds Senate Passage of the Second of Four Bills to Reauthorize Trafficking Victims Protection Act
02/12/22 • Terry FitzPatrick
WASHINGTON – The Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST) thanks...
ATEST Joins Movement-Wide Call Urging Senate to Pass Anti-Trafficking Act
28/11/22 • Terry FitzPatrick
November 28, 2022 Dear United States Senators: We, a community of...
ATEST Joins 30+ Organizations to Oppose Industry Proposal that could Increase Imports of Forced Labor Products into U.S.
21/10/22 • Terry FitzPatrick
October 20, 2022 The Honorable Chris Magnus Commissioner of U.S. Customs...
ATEST Requests Biden-Harris Administration Dedicate $1.25 Billion to Combat Human Trafficking in Fiscal Year 2024
05/10/22 • Terry FitzPatrick
WASHINGTON – The scale of forced labor is increasing worldwide, and the...
ATEST Urges California’s Governor to Sign Bill Regulating Foreign Labor Recruitment
26/9/22 • Terry FitzPatrick
California has often been a human rights trendsetter, and Governor Gavin Newsom...