Brazil: U.S. Foreign Policy Challenges

February 26, 2013 

On Feb. 26, the NCJFCJ met with a group of federal prosecutor delegates from Brazil. With human trafficking growing into an even more serious and widespread issue in the United States and around our globe, this group discussed the role of the government agencies and private sector organizations to protect, assist, and provide social reintegration of victims of trafficking. They also examined strategies, promising practices, and challenges in combating trafficking through law enforcement and prosecution, victim/survivor services, and public outreach. The NCJFCJ hopes that working together with delegates from around the globe will aid in saving children and prosecuting individuals responsible for crimes of this nature.