We currently have Google Analytics connected to our website. However, it doesn't seem to report in any cohesive manner. We also don't know all of the bells and whistles of what it offers so there may be a lot more data available to us that we're not sure how to access. We have a lot of resources on our website and are trying to figure out who visits the site, for what reasons, and how long do they normally stay. We would also love to have our social media to be represented in this data.
This project will help us understand what resources the anti-trafficking community turns to us for. It will also help us better understand what members of the community are visiting our website. All of this information will help us determine if we are making progress on one of our major goals - a more informed anti-trafficking community that uses best legal practices and conducts their work a trauma-informed and victim-centered approach.
At the Human Trafficking Legal Center we believe when human trafficking survivors have lawyers, survivors have rights.
Human trafficking is a human rights violation spanning the globe. Trafficking survivors who escape their traffickers face tremendous challenges. The Human Trafficking Legal Center connects trafficking survivors with quality pro bono representation so they can seek justice and thrive. We are a bridge to justice. We demand accountability from traffickers, from governments, and from corporations. We shine a light on the system failures that allow trafficking to flourish. We advocate for survivors as agents of change and as leaders in the movement. We fight for systems change to end forced labor, including forced labor in global supply chains.