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Break Through to Yes with Collaboration

Break Through to Yes with Collaboration

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March 09th 2017:Collaboration Against Human Sexual Trafficking

We explore the global reality of human trafficking and explore ways that we may collaborate to fight this horror. 1) Why does human sexual trafficking exist? 2) What do you know about human trafficking? 3) Is it in your home area? 4) Who is fighting? 5) What is being done? 6) Where can I reach out to collaborate and help women and girls? 7) What are the costs of not stepping up and reducing this? According to the American Federal Bureau of Investigation, "Human trafficking, believed to be the third-largest criminal activity in the world... people are being bought, sold, and

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Lance Kadatz

Lance Kadatz has been the Executive Producer for the last 2 years, for a feature film called “She Has a Name” that was released in December 2016. It is expected that the success of the film will raise awareness of Human Trafficking. Through partnerships with agencies around the world, we expect to Fund Freedom by sharing revenue with our existing partners and new local partners to save thousands of people currently in bondage. In January 2017, Mr. Kadatz retired as the CFO of Rifco National Auto Finance, a publicly traded company on the TSX Venture Exchange. Lance co-founded Rifco in 2002 which has lent over $750M since inception. Rifco has been one of Canada’s fastest growing Companies
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Cliff Wiebe

Cliff Wiebe has worked in both international and domestic settings addressing poverty issues for the past 20 years. After obtaining his undergraduate degree, both he and his wife spent three years living and working in Indonesia. Upon returning to Canada, he received a graduate degree non-profit leadership from Trinity Western University. From there he went to work for organizations like Compassion Canada and Samaritan’s Purse. Through volunteering with Inn from the Cold, in 2007 Cliff saw that there was poverty right in his own city of Calgary and made the shift from working internationally to working domestically. He realized that although poverty might look different in various parts
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