Quest2freedom (Q2F™) is a 501(c)3 authorized Anti-Human Trafficking Organization that is dedicated to defeating the global issues surrounding human trafficking through a holistic approach to education, awareness, and advocacy. Q2F™ addresses the cultural roots of human trafficking, which we believe are the foundation and perpetual source of the problem. Q2F™ provides support through training and identifying resources for all who have been affected. Q2F™ also creates partnerships with communities, law enforcement, governments, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to assist in terminating this nightmarish crime.
Our mission and purpose are to end human trafficking and exploitation globally by raising awareness, supporting, and learning from survivors to advocate for systemic and cultural changes. We strive to create a world where people live with dignity, respect, and FREEDOM. Collaborating with community partners, law enforcement, governments, and non-governmental entities to protect our communities, hold traffickers accountable, and provide justice for survivors.
Victor B. Williams is an internationally renowned and respected Human Trafficking (HT) advocate. He retired from law enforcement with over 34 years of domestic and international experience.
In 1991, Victor joined the U.S. Customs Service, which later became the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). In February 2011, Victor was assigned to the DHS Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Special Agent in Charge Miami Office's Human Trafficking Group, and in 2012 he was appointed the Coordinator for the South Florida Human Trafficking Task Force until his retirement on January 1, 2018.
Human trafficking is the fastest-growing criminal industry, with more than 50 million victims worldwide. Victor believed cultural awareness and education are key to preventing and combating human trafficking. So in 2022, he launched his Quest2Freedom organization. The organization's platform includes educating and empowering people through partnerships with community organizations and human-trafficking presentations and workshops.... Read More
Hello everyone, my name is Victor Williams. Did you know that human trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the world? And in my opinion, it's the number one crime in the world. I started off the last eight years of my career as a federal agent with Homeland Security Investigation conducting human trafficking cases. It changed my life. Hearing the stories and the horrific things that were happening to victims, it made me change my footprints in this space. We're all responsible. We must educate ourselves because we do not want this to happen to anyone we love. So please educate yourself. I know it made a change in my life and I'm sure it'll make a change in yours. Thank you.
Reinforcement Podcast with Victor Williams
Important facts about Human Trafficking
Combating human trafficking requires a multi-faceted approach that involves survivors, governments, civil society, and international/national organizations working together.
1. Human trafficking
Human trafficking is a global issue, affecting millions of people around the world.
It involves exploiting individuals for labor or sexual purposes through force, fraud, or coercion.
3.Forced to Work
Victims of human trafficking are often forced to work in industries such as agriculture, manufacturing, and domestic work.
4. Billions of Dollars
The illegal trade of human beings generates billions of dollars in profit for traffickers and their networks.
5. Crime and Corruption
Human trafficking often involves complex networks of organized crime and corruption.
6. Marginalized Communities
The majority of human trafficking victims are women and children, particularly those from marginalized communities.
7. Global Pandemic
The global pandemic has exacerbated the risk of human trafficking, with many people facing economic hardship and increased vulnerability to exploitation.
8. Protecting Victims
Anti-human trafficking efforts often focus on preventing trafficking, protecting victims, and prosecuting traffickers.
9. International Organizations
International organizations and NGOs play a key role in addressing human trafficking, working to raise awareness and advocate for stronger laws and policies.
What We Do
We address human trafficking from a holistic cultural perspective, in which culture is the foundation and supplies the perpetuation of these horrific crimes. We stress awareness for prevention, educating communities for protection, training law enforcement and governments for prosecutions, and collaboration with survivors and other entities for partnerships globally to end this pandemic crime.
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Your donation to Quest2freedom (Q2F™) will go towards supporting our efforts to prevent trafficking, provide assistance to victims, and advocate for systemic and cultural changes. Quest2freedom (Q2F™) is a 501(c)3 authorized Anti-Human Trafficking organization that is dedicated to defeating the global issues surrounding human trafficking through a holistic approach to education, awareness, and advocacy.... Learn more
Quest2freedom (Q2F™) is a 501(c)3 authorized Anti-Human Trafficking Organization