“Good partnerships allow two or more entities to achieve more together than they could separately.”
This article “Taking a Stand” is published in Outcomes Magazine by the Christian Leadership Alliance. Lisa Thompson (author of the article) highlights FAAST (Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking) and it’s members. Project Rescue is both a member of FAAST and the Christian Leadership Alliance.
The article reminds us of the strength in partnership and how it can be used for both good and evil purposes.
“This concept is also used for nefarious ends. For instance, human trafficking is an enterprise of evil run by stealthy and frequently well-organized networks (i.e. partnerships) of human traffickers. Judging Australian from online casino the numbers of their victims around the casino world and their estimated $32 billion in annual profits, human traffickers have been wildly successful in their efforts.
So to fight back against this injustice, partnerships between like-minded organizations are not only necessary but essential to stopping the trade in human beings.”
To read the entire article and learn more about FAAST, click here!