The Canadian Press

2015-08-10 | NB Human Trafficking

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A New Brunswick group is working with the province and police agencies to develop a strategy to deal with the issue of human trafficking and determine how much of an issue it is in New Brunswick. Partners for Youth has launched the three year project with the help of 200-thousand dollars from Status of Women Canada. Partners for Youth CEO, John Sharpe, says they know young New Brunswick women are being lured into prostitution, but the don't know how many. (Martine Stewart of the New Brunswick Working Group on Human Trafficking says in most cases young women and girls are being lured out of New Brunswick to the sex trade in Quebec or further west.)

Date: 2015-08-10
Placeline: FREDERICTON.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << and we know of young women who are trafficked here in New Brunswick into prostitution we we do know that information but part of what we'll be doing in the beginning is really retrieving data and getting more information from our communities in order to adequately developed sustainable strategies >>


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