Almost 19 million victims are exploited by private individuals or enterprises and over 2 million by the state or rebel groups. (Source: ILO)
With a capacity of 215, the Commons, a community space offering hospitality and expansive views, is furnished with communal tables built from trees harvested on-site, a coffee bar, sofas and fireplace.
Connecticut law enforcement officers are being trained monthly to use Traffic Jam software to aid in the identification and rescue of sex trafficking victims.
34 Black Locust trees, each over 80 feet tall, tower together in a small area adjacent to the Commons.