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Bill changes Trafficking Victims Protection Act, which passed with bipartisan support in 2008 as a way to protect vulnerable children.
World Vision is marshaling resources in the United States and abroad to assist children and families caught in the growing humanitarian crisis along the U.S. border. The U.S. Government estimates that at least 60,000 unaccompanied children will be seeking to cross the border this year alone – a number that is also expected to double in 2015. How should we respond?
World Vision is deeply distressed by the ongoing violence, soaring death toll and destruction to civilian infrastructure resulting from the ongoing hostilities between Hamas and Israel.
World Vision calling for renewed committment to bi-lateral tools that bring government, non-profits, communities together to tackle problem.
The Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking says removing or changing the TVPRA would weaken legal protections for unaccompanied children and make victims of human trafficking particularly vulnerable.
Any change to Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act could put vulnerable children at risk