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Continuing the strategy to combat human trafficking and implementing permanent consultations with survivors and service providers are part of the requests sent by organizations part of the TCHTN.

Updated: Jun 20

A group of eight organizations participants of the Toronto Anti-Human Trafficking Network (TCHTN), a collaborative coalition of government and non-government organizations, agencies, and individuals mandated to provide a comprehensive response to human trafficking in the Toronto area, sent an open letter on the status of Canada's National Strategy to Combat Human Trafficking (2019-2024).

The letter was sent to the Prime Minister, the Ministers of Public Security, Women and Gender Equality and Youth, Immigration, Employment and Workforce Development, and the Deputy Minister of Employment and Social Development.

The organizations emphasize the need for ongoing consultation with survivors and those working to combat and support human trafficking, building on existing work and studies on the topic and improving strategies to mitigate risks.

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