Talking about us
A study counts at least 400 victims of human trafficking in the Laurentians. Interview with Nathalie Khlat, director of projects at the Beacon of the Freed. Interview and video in French.
Interview with Nathalie Khlat, co-founder and director of projects at the Beacon of the Freed: human trafficking is not restricted to large centers like Montréal, shows a new study on the phenomenon in the Laurentians. Interview in French.
Laurentians study suggests that human trafficking is more common in Quebec than many realize
An organization called "The Beacon of the Freed" conducted a study in conjunction with the Saint-Jerome CEGEP.
Nathalie Khlat, the organization’s co-founder, said they wanted better data about the problem. The study involved 185 people who work in different fields, including police, teachers and youth protection workers.
Human trafficking: at least 400 victims in the Laurentians.
315 victims of human trafficking have been identified in the Laurentians and 80 others are suspected of having been. This is the conclusion of an original research unveiled in the last hours by the organization the Beacon of the Freed and the Cégep de Saint-Jérôme. Interview and article in French.
A special commission on the sexual exploitation of minors calls for the fight against this phenomenon to become a national priority.Interview in French.
Sexual Exploitation: Helping hoteliers respond to human trafficking cases.
The Beacon of the Freed recently launched the "Glow - Welcoming without judgment, acting without harm" program aimed at raising awareness of the reality of human trafficking for sexual exploitation in the tourism and hotel industries in Quebec about the reality of human trafficking for the purposes of sexual exploitation. Article in French.
According to a study carried out by the organization, the Beacon of the Freed and the Cégep de Saint-Jérôme, which was released last week, 315 people from the Laurentians are victims of human trafficking, while 80 others are suspected of experiencing human trafficking. This is the first time that such data has been revealed for the region. Article in French.