Many anti-trafficking organizations try to fight modern day enslavement using the three "Ps:" Prosecution, Protection, and Prevention. How can we prevent modern day enslavement from happening?
Director, Global Philanthropy
Tifany leads anti-human trafficking, thought leadership and philanthropic partnerships for Street Business School and also owns a philanthropic consulting company called Red Philanthropy. Tifany has previously worked with corporate foundations and multi-lateral NGOs to foster an environment in which women and children can achieve equality and overcome injustice. Her work on anti-human trafficking has been published by End Slavery Now and has led to speaking engagements and AHT partnerships. Tifany holds a Master’s degree in Philanthropic Studies, concentrating on gender equality from the Lilly School of Philanthropy at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). She is also certified in Women’s International Health and Human Rights through Stanford’s Center on Social Innovation.
In this article with End Slavery Now, the case is made that prevention is the forgotten “P” in the anti-human trafficking agenda. To shift that narrative, End Slavery Now published the first article (Arming Women in the Quest to Prevent Trafficking). of a two-part case study last year to follow a pilot program on human trafficking prevention. This is article two of that series with a year of reflection and an abundance of lessons learned to share.
|Domestic Servitude||Sex Trafficking|
|Bonded Labor||Forced Labor|
|Child Labor||Forced Marriage|
|Empowerment||Slave Free Lifestyle|
|Business||Women & Girls|
|Modern Slave Narratives|