Building Empowerment by Stopping Trafficking from aiding the victim to pursuing and prosecuting the trafficker, nationally and internationally. Changing the World with an evidence-based model that is appropriate and voluntary, linking the judicial systems, law enforcements, and governmental institutes, pairing with B.E.S.T. LAWS™ attorneys, and liaising B.E.S.T.™ certified coaches from the only Accredited Program to Certify Coaches in Trafficking providing fiduciary and ethical guidelines for victims.
B.E.S.T. Becomes Only Accredited Program for Certifying Victims Coaches
B.E.S.T.’s Academy is the only global Accredited Program to Certify Coaches that wish to become Certified Coaches for Victims of Sex Trafficking. For information on training process and cost please fill in the contact information form and identify that you are interested in becoming a Certified Coach in this area. The Program is offered worldwide through various venues. Upon completion of the full program, you will receive your Certification as a Certified Coach for Victims of Sex Trafficking.
This past weekend Rosie Johnson had the opportunity to present on behalf of BEST at her Alma Mater, Miami Dade College.
She educated an auditorium full of middle and high school parents on all aspects of Human Trafficking, most importantly Red Flags to look for within their own children and community.
Linda Sullivan : “Not all prostitutes are victims of trafficking” / “Toutes les personnes prostituées ne sont pas victimes de trafic sexuel”
Click Here to view the full interview.
Join BEST Attorney Ramon Guillen Tuesday October 29th
WHAT: Dannette’s Voice: A Panel Discussion on Violence Against Women
WHERE: Florida International University, College of Law – Large Courtroom
ADDRESS: 11200 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida 33199
WHEN: October 29, 2013
TIME: 12:00 – 2:00 PM EDT
B.E.S.T. Attorney Ramon Guillen, on MIGHTradio, talks about the distinction between trafficking and smuggling and also between sex and labor trafficking.
Please click the link below to listen to the full interview!
Please enjoy this video compilation of our latest fundraising event at Chima in partnership with Mercy & Sharing.
Co-Founders Linda Sullivan and Etty Foodman speak about the B.E.S.T. program.
Direct YouTube Link: http://youtu.be/5YYHEi6ELdM
Congresswoman Lois Frankel thanks Linda Sullivan for her participation in the Human Trafficking Round Table, held July 15 at the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
Click here for the full article including the video interview.
“DELRAY BEACH, Fla. —It’s a crime U.S. Rep. Lois Frankel, D-Fla., likens to slavery, and opponents say it’s happening every day.
Human trafficking is a $32 billion business worldwide. Victims, mostly women and children, are sold for sex and labor.
Experts estimate there are 2.5 million victims across the U.S., with Florida ranking as the third-most prevalent state for human trafficking.
Frankel says she was shocked to hear the numbers as she toured the new Building Empowerment by Stopping Trafficking (B.E.S.T.) building in Delray Beach.
Advocates fear the problem is so lucrative that it could get worse before it gets better as they plead for more funding from Washington to rehabilitate the victims and prosecute traffickers.
Founders of B.E.S.T. said they reached out to Frankel to bring this fight to Washington because they feel many Americans don’t want to believe human trafficking happens in this country.”
-wpbf.com by Chris McGrath
Read more: http://www.wpbf.com/news/politics/lois-frankel-works-to-bring-attention-to-human-trafficking-in-fla/-/8788770/20124250/-/a9w9i3/-/index.html#ixzz2XL6bRA91
To listen to Linda’s interview with David Essel please click here. The interview begins approx. 21 minutes into the radio show.