In the spring of 2017, members of The Centre were interviewed by the Anglican Church of Canada for a documentary aimed at raising awareness of the realities of sex trafficking in Canada.
June 19, 2017
Feb 21, 2017
The Centre’s CEO Barbara Gosse and board member Peter Warrack comment on the innovation and quiet success of Project Protect in the fight against human trafficking in Canada.
Dec 6, 2016
The Centre gave a presentation on the prevalence of human trafficking at Lakehead University.
Nov 21, 2016
International Justice Mission – The Centre attended the Release of film “She Has a Name” which is a film that sheds light on sex trafficking in Thailand.
Sept 9, 2016
The Centre met with officials from both North Dakota and Manitoba to address issues surrounding the cross boarder trafficking in persons for the purpose of sexual exploitation.
In September 2016, The Centre partnered on a one-day Cross-Border Collaboration with over 50 Stakeholders from Manitoba and the State of North Dakota.
In June 2016, the Ontario government revealed a new anti-trafficking strategy, with support for indigenous-led approaches to tackling the issues one of its priorities. Barbara Gosse, CEO of The Centre to End Human Trafficking, weighed in on the new strategy.
The Centre’s Board of Director’s Member Peter Warrack and RCMP Constable Lepa Jankovic raise awareness about human trafficking in this article published by the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists.
In February 2016, the Globe and Mail’s Tavia Grant published part of an on-going investigation into the hundreds of missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada and detailed how sex trafficking intersects with this serious issue.
In February 2016, The Ontario Government pledged $72 million to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy to assist to end sex trafficking in Ontario.
Tech Companies in the United States are working to assist with ending the abusive practice of human trafficking. Read about these efforts and why Canada needs similar actions and a national data collection strategy.
An OP Ed written by our CEO Barbara Gosse and the Executive Director of the Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre, Diane Redsky, published by the Globe and Mail this past February details how ending the demand for women and girls can assist to end human trafficking in Canada.