IHTI & NCCHR

The role of IHTI and the National Center for Civil and Human Rights

The International Human Trafficking Institute, an intiative of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, leads the Metro Atlanta Coalition to End Human Trafficking, serving primarily as a convener for the Coalition’s partners.

The IHTI owns the relationships with all other partners. Utilizing the Center’s resources, the IHTI will own this strategic plan moving forward and execute action items to convene, train, and engage individuals and organizations across the metro Atlanta area, and other interested regions in efforts to dramatically reduce human trafficking.

HOW THE CENTER SUPPORTS THE INTERNATIONAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING INSTITUTE

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Programming Leadership

The Center, in partnership with IHTI, develops and implements programming to further the mission of The Institute and The Center to engage a large and diverse audience.

Grant Preparation & Oversight

The Center, as a 501(c)3 entity is the fiscal agent for IHTI’s funding partners.

Indirect Costs

The International Human Trafficking Institute is a division of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. As a 501(c)3 charitable organization, NCCHR  does not pay overhead costs to vendors or organizations who we engage in a fee for services.

Logistics & Facilities Cost

The Center  provides necessary support for IHTI’s events and logistic operations, ensuring the success of each programming and educational initiative of IHTI and The Center.