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March 18, 2013No Comments

Free the Captives launched its new Reducing the Demand marketing campaign, targeting the Johns by unveiling acommercialthat will air on television this spring and summer. In this commercial, Sheriff Garcia makes it clear that men who purchase women and girls will no longer be tolerated in Harris County. Besides television, this marketing campaign will also […]

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January 31, 2013No Comments

Global Centurion Foundation in the News Earlier this month, Global Centurion Foundation President and Founder, Laura J. Lederer made a keynote presentation to open a Training Conference on Human Trafficking hosted by the U.S. Attorneys Office. The conference was to prepare the New Orleans community for the Super Bowl. The Clarion Herald interviewed Lederer about […]

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December 27, 2012No Comments

GLOBAL CENTURION FOUNDATION COMMENDS RECENT DOJ PROSECUTION OF GANG-RELATED TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS December 26, 2012, Washington D.C. National anti-trafficking organizationGlobal Centurion Foundation(GCF) commended the Fairfax County Police Department, the FBIs Washington Field Office, HIS and the Northern Virginia Human Trafficking Task Force for their work to prosecute two MS-13 gang members for child sex trafficking. […]

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December 18, 2012No Comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contact: llederer@globalcenturion.org December 18, 2012, Washington D.C. National anti-trafficking organization Global Centurion Foundation (GCF) is pleased to announce the 2012 winners of the third annual Norma Hotaling Anti-Trafficking Awards. To commemorate the anniversary of Normas passing on December 17th, 2008, GCF offers three awards paying tribute to Normas legacy and recognizing […]

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December 4, 2012No Comments

Lydia* was only twelve-years-old when the gangsters told her the rule: They would sell her for sex to men outside the gang, but members of the gang could use her body for free. For two years, Lydia was taken to abandoned garages, men’s bathrooms, apartments and hotels, enduring hours of abuse with multiple men so […]

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July 1, 2011Comments are closed.

The Regent Law Review’s Spring 2011 Issue features a series on domestic human trafficking and includes an articles by Laura Lederer, J.D., on Addressing Demand – Why and How Policymakers Should Utilize Law and Law Enforcement to Target Customers of Commercial Sexual Exploitation. The full article can be found here: Volume 23, No. 2.

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January 22, 2010Comments are closed.

FORIMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, January 22, 2010 Washington, DC In the Wake of the Earthquake: Coalition Works to Prevent Human Trafficking and Exploitation of Haitian Children Global Centurion, The Homes Foundation and ten other relief and development, community, and faith-based organizations on the ground in Haiti to create a first response campaign to stop potential human […]

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