NOT HERE Presents:  The Governor’s Summit on Human Trafficking

November 12 & 13, 2015

The Countdown: 91 days remaining

August 4th began our 100 day countdown leading up to The Governor’s Summit on Human Trafficking in Maine. Over these 100 days, we will be sharing a fact, a resource, or a perspective each day, to raise awareness, encourage discussion, and inspire action against injustice, both domestically, and globally.

Today’s Featured Fact:

A new bill calling for transparency in corporate supply chains has been introduced in the House.


H.R. 3226 was introduced in the House by Mrs. Carolyn B. Maloney of New York on July 27, 2015. If passed, it will amend the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 to require certain companies to disclose information including but not limited to: efforts the company has taken to identify and address human trafficking, slavery, forced labor, and the worst forms of child labor within the company’s supply chains.


Do YOU want to KNOW more?  



Read this JDSupra Business Advisor article for a perspective: H.R. 3226: New Bill Calls for Transparency on Trafficking and Slavery in Corporate Supply Chains” 


Do YOU want to DO more?  


Until a bill does pass requiring companies to be more transparent in regards to their supply chains, you can choose to buy from socially responsible, justice minded businesses. Supply is driven by demand. Let’s demand more!


Be a part of the movement that declares Not Here!  

We invite you to like us on facebook, follow us on twitter, and share these resources in your social networks to help us raise awareness that yes, human trafficking DOES happen in Maine AND around the globe, and EVERYONE needs to be involved to stop it. 


Looking for more information on The Governor’s Summit on Human Trafficking?
Stay tuned! Registration information for the Summit will be coming VERY soon!