The end of 2018 marks one year of living in a cultural moment when communities around the globe have been taking a stand against sexual violence.
Since our founding 2009, the Restore community has been fighting one of the most extreme forms of sexual exploitation and gender-based violence: sex trafficking.
We have been encouraged by this new momentum—and we are eager to share what we have learned after working in a rapidly evolving field for nearly a decade. We know the depravity and complexity of sex trafficking. But we also know the power of collaboration and stand firm by this conclusion: sex trafficking is a problem we can solve together.