Enough Is Enough launches educational webinar in partnership with Moms for America
"God’s children are not for sale" — Jim Caviezel, Sound of Freedom
Don't miss the eye-opening webinar, "Sex Trafficking in the United States: What Every Parent Needs to Know" with Donna Rice Hughes, President and CEO of Enough Is Enough, and international human trafficking expert, Bill Woolf.
The red flags & warning signs of sex trafficking
The link between pornography, child sexual abuse material & child sex trafficking
Ways to protect children & women from sex trafficking
In addition, Enough Is Enough shares the following
Internet Safety Tips and Resources
Build an atmosphere of trust within your family, and closely monitor your child's online activity
Establish strict rules around device usage and stick to them! You can always relax them if appropriate, but if you start too soft, there's no toughening up. (more resources below)
Use the most restrictive tools available (check with your internet and cell phone service providers). Turn on filtering technology. Manage screen time and set limits. Sex Trafficking 101 Quick Guide for Parents and Educators
Sex Trafficking Statistics
There are more people enslaved today than in any other time in history — including when slavery was legal.
In 2022, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) received more than 19,000 reports of child sex trafficking from all 50 U.S. States, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico which included every type of community: cities, small towns and tribal land.
Since 2000, traffickers have recruited 55% of sex trafficking victims online, usually through social media platforms, web-based messaging apps, online chat rooms, dating apps, classified advertisements, or job boards (Federal Human Trafficking Report, 2020)
Enough Is Enough® is a national, non-partisan, non-profit organization that has led the fight to make the Internet safer for children and families since 1994. EIE's efforts are focused on combating Internet p*rnography, child sexual abuse material, sexual predation, sex trafficking and cyberbullying by incorporating a three-pronged prevention strategy with shared responsibilities between the public, Corporate America, and the legal community.