National Educators to Stop Trafficking
National Educators to Stop Trafficking (NEST) was created after a gathering in the fall of 2012 between 8 NGO’s across America that work to end modern slavery. The gathering took place due to the overwhelming evidence that sex trafficking can be stopped if America’s youth are reached with the proper education about sex and the reality of human trafficking. The need for curriculum into America’s schools and an effective method of meeting that need inspired the formation of NEST.
Vision / Mission
|Vision Statement:Empower students who are equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to stand up against sex trafficking and to create a culture that supports a world free of gender-based violence.Mission Statement:To establish a clearinghouse that serves to empower and equip educators by providing youth-focused prevention resources to those committed to eliminating sex trafficking in their communities.|