Who We Are
The Center for Combating Human Trafficking at Wichita
State University is dedicated to addressing systemic issues
of humanitarianism and justice that create the breeding
grounds for labor or sex trafficking.
We employ a collaborative multi-disciplinary approach that
seeks to bridge the gap between direct practice, research,
and policy. This includes providing public awareness and
professional training, prevention services, early identification
and intervention services, survivor protection and human
rights advocacy, and recovery and prosperity services, while
at the same time working to reduce the demand that
encourages trafficking to occur in the first place.
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