Trinity Human Rights Group
Trinity provides services to achieve tangible solutions through training sessions, research, advocacy, and the provision of legal services. Trinity's research group provides positive solutions for the role of government and corporations in combating human trafficking and supporting sustainability. Its training program reaches vulnerable communities and transnational corporations. The provision of pro bono advocacy and legal services to those who have been trafficked is Trinity's way of giving back to the community for which it was created to serve.
Trinity's consultants work with corporations and government contractors to evaluate, monitor, and recommend corrective action on their human trafficking programs. The ultimate goal is to maintain a clean supply chain and ensure compliance as mandated by federal law.
In addition to individual state laws, federal law includes the recently revised FAR 52.222-50 on the Prohibition of Human Trafficking in Federal Contracts, Executive Order 13627 on Strengthening Protections Against Trafficking in Persons in Federal Contracts, and the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000, as amended (TVPA) (Public Law 106-386, Division A).
Setting Trinity apart from other organizations is the legal background of its founders. With years of national and international experience, Trinity is able to provide aid to victims seeking short- and long-term immigration status and civil restitution in the form of back-pay wages from their traffickers.
Trinity can provide aid to victims, who have been brought to the U.S. from another country obtain a T visa and assist family members obtain a derivative T visa. These steps are necessary to restore dignity to the lives of victims, while building a strong foundation for the success of their future as well as for the future of the United States.
Trinity's training program focuses on the needs of public and private corporations, government contractors, and government agencies. It has also been designed for university, high school and TESOL teachers and students. Trinity will conduct trainings for unaccompanied minors, foreign national adults, and others whose positions and life situations make them susceptible to human trafficking violations.
Topics include types of human trafficking, factors that contribute to the occurrence of human trafficking, victim rights, ways bystanders can safely aid potential victims, and how to become involved with the cause.