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Marren Haneberg
Over the past decade, the anti-human trafficking movement has gained momentum. A driving force behind its rising popularity are viral YouTube videos of human trafficking extraction operations. These videos are exciting, especially when they are “covert.” Now, don’t get me wrong. The people doing these extractions (extraction describes removing a person from a human trafficking...
ST. GEORGE, Utah, Tuesday August 11, 2020—In one week, Global Education Philanthropists (Global EP) launched Project PEARL and raised $25,000 for an immediate anti-human trafficking mission. The non-profit is based in St. George, Utah with anti-human trafficking operations spanning the globe. PEARL is an acronym for: Prevention, Extraction, Advocacy, Reintegration, and Lead. PEARL describes the...
Global Education Philanthropists                             FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE info@globalep.org Global EP Will Reveal Big Announcement on World Day Against Human Trafficking Non-profit has quickly adapted its efforts to counter new human trafficking challenges ST. GEORGE, Utah, Friday, July 24, 2020 — Global Education Philanthropists (Global EP) is an anti-human trafficking non-profit based in St. George with operations and...
With children’s screen time at an all-time high, as a parent or caregiver, you need tools to keep your child safe online. Too much screen time has risks for physical, mental, and development health. Predators also lurk online. Without proper safeguards, children can easily be lured into risky behavior by these online predators. Too much...
Imagine applying to a job with nothing to put on your resume and no references. Then, on top of that, picture trying to hold down a job while dealing with unaddressed anxiety, depression, or a drug addiction. This is the situation many, if not all, human trafficking survivors face when trying to get a job....
When the economy sours, we typically think that people will spend less money. We then think that, with people spending less money, criminals make less money. On the contrary, criminals tend to make more money during recessions, including human traffickers.  What we think of as an “economic recession” and all its associated hardships applies only...
Human trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the world. Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world, with 75% of its population living on less than $2 a day. It is also a the top 10 country in the Global Slavery Index. 40 percent of its population cannot read. All of these...
A staggering 20 percent of the world’s population lacks adequate housing–that is 1.6 billion people without enough shelter.1 Nearly 1 in 6 persons in Haiti’s population of nearly 11 million were displaced or left homeless by an earthquake in 2010. Nearly ten years later, many of these people are still without permanent homes. Deeply in...
On Monday July 1, Global EP CEO Cammy Bowker spoke on the Andy Griffin show with John Taylor, of Operation Underground Railroad. Click hereto listen to the podcast episode on Spotify.  Human Trafficking is Widespread and Growing Bowker emphasized that human trafficking is a huge problem around the world, even in the United States. The...
How much is your heart worth? $130,000 to $290,000, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (1). The short definition of organ trafficking is trading human organs. A longer, legal definition was first made in the 2008 Declaration of Istanbul as “the recruitment, transport, transfer, harboring or receipt of living or deceased...
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