The Power of 1: National Sex Trafficking Awareness Day
Child sex trafficking is an appalling crime that must be stopped. However, in order to put an end to an offense so massive that it literally reaches every part of our world, we must act locally. “The Power of 1” is a movement and an event, that intends provoke a revolution! Join an organization that is committed to raising awareness and abolishing child sex trafficking on January 11th, 2011 as we host a major event that you will not want to miss! If you have any interest in learning how to combat all forms of human trafficking and modern day slavery,
This date symbolizes how far into 2011 women must work to earn what men earned in 2010.
Equal Pay Day was originated by the National Committee on Pay Equity (NCPE) in 1996 as a public awareness event to illustrate the gap between men's and women's wages.
This year's theme, Coming Together to Strengthen Campus Communities, embodies the vision of both Security On Campus, Inc. and of NCSAM-- that administration and students will work together to raise awareness and create change, that universities will partner with national and local organizations to support and educate students and staff, and that all parties will come to the table to share knowledge and resources to build strong, aware, and safer campuses.
Since SOC’s inception, it is evident that campus safety is most successful when the community encourages collaboration between campus staff, administration, students, parents, and community groups. National Campus Safety Awareness Month was built on the principle of students, staff, and parents collaborating to raise awareness about safety during September.
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