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Genealogy For Justice™ and FHD Forensics are joining with whistleblowers, social services organizations, and international attorneys to bring economic justice to survivors of human and sex trafficking. Inspired by the family of Tina Linn Clouse, the G4J Dean and Tina Linn Clouse Memorial Fund is taking on a new cause.
Trafficking in persons is both a crime and an abuse and deprivation of the most basic human rights. Children adopted through the black market and issued false birth registrations or no birth registrations lose their fundamental right to identity. When sex tourists, abusive aid workers, and peacekeepers procreate and leave behind children in the developing world, they are almost always left in poverty. The cycle of multigenerational trauma continues.
We are just beginning legal action on our first cases to identify perpetrators using genetic genealogy. Research continues on round two cases. The numbers estimated by the United Nations' own reports are that there are as many as 60,000 abuse cases worldwide in the aid industry alone.
Genetic genealogy can help end these abuses. Your donation will directly affect a survivor or their child by holding abusers accountable.