November 6th, 2009
Transitions Global launched a newly re-designed website with a cleaner look and feel that is easier to navigate and packed with content.
While there is new imagery and a re-edited version of “Srey Neth’s Story,” for which Transitions Global was able to secure rights to the popular Alexi Murdoch song “Orange Sky,” they’ve also published two crucial pages that are often hard to find or non-existent on victim aftercare agency websites.
The “About Trafficking” page has a good summary of statistics and reports about human trafficking which will help readers understand the scope and magnitude of the issue. The “In Depth Learning” page is packed with PDF’s from leading researchers and non-governmental agencies on topics such as “Protocol for Identification and Assistance” and “Needs Assessment for Service Providers and Trafficking Victims.”
While these may sound like long, dry publications (which many often are) Transitions also published the story about how founders James and Athena Pond got involved in anti-human trafficking work.
It’s worth a visit.
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