Human trafficking is a crime of exploitation. It is a crime that is intentionally hidden from view, and a crime in which those being trafficked seldom call out for help.
Unlike most other crimes, human trafficking is a process, not an event.
As a result of these factors, training, awareness and education on the elements of human trafficking is critical for communities at risk, for practitioners, for advocates, for community support workers, for educators and for academics.
GREAT reaches out to all these communities to provide support, through direct engagement (training delivery), through information provisioning and through consultation and discussion.
GREAT designs and makes available a broad range of training resources. See our Knowledge Base for a listing.