The Coalition is comprised of diverse multi-sectoral partner agencies who share a commitment to prevention, advocacy and direct support for survivors of human trafficking. These agencies work together to provide survivor-centered, trauma-informed, wrap-around services crucial to mitigating the effects of trauma experienced by survivors. The Coalition strongly adheres to the concept of “Nothing about us, without us” and centralizes the voices of survivors as a critical underpinning of its efforts.
The average age of recruitment into sex trafficking is 13 years old.
Over 70% of human trafficking victims identified by police are under the age of 25.
About two-thirds of police-reported human trafficking violations in Canada occur in Ontario.
92% of sex trafficked individuals knew their trafficker beforehand.
97% of victims of human trafficking were women and girls, although boys can also be trafficked.
while 90% of police reported incidents occur in major cities, human trafficking can occur anywhere.
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