The doTERRA® Hope action plan recently participated in the Parliament of the World’s Religions. This global platform dates back to 1893 and is a place to explore critical issues such as human trafficking and exploitation.
doTERRA VP of Philanthropy, Missy Larsen, coordinated with Larry Eastland of the John A. and Leah D. Widtsoe Foundation and moderated a panel as part of the Hope action plan with some of the nation’s most respected experts, including:
Dawn Hawkins - CEO of the National Center of Sexual Exploitation
Jerome Elam - Survivor of child sex trafficking and CEO of Trafficking in America Task Force
Sandra Morgan - Vanguard University’s Global Center for Women and Justice
The session focused on igniting change across the world in the fight against human trafficking. Additionally, it highlighted research findings, education platforms, prevention tools, policy solutions, public-private engagement, and most importantly, survivor perspectives.
This was a great opportunity for Hope to participate in the global dialogue about human trafficking, learning about solutions and building key relationships.
To stay up to date on the Hope action plan and to learn more about what you can do to prevent human trafficking, complete the form at: https://www.doterra.com/US/en/hope-parent-trainings