Embassies. Embassies are called when a victim's safety necessitates a higher level of security than SPI is able to provide or requires transport to another country.
Businesses. Regional and multinational corporations provide human, financial and technological resources in the areas of vocational training and microenterprise assistance,
SPECIES. Global partners are able to join the Safe Port Initiative Economic Council on Immigration, Exploitation and Slavery to help develop a collaborative economic model to end the trafficking of persons across international borders.
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Global partners help make it possible for SPI to deliver life-changing services to victims of persecution around the world. Examples of global partnerships include:
Universities. Universities provide collaboration in the areas of research, data analysis, curriculum development and delivery, translation and public awareness.
NGO's. Non Governmental Organizations assist in the delivery of instruction and other recover services as well as rescue operations in areas where the government supports, overlooks or commits human rights violations.
Partnering in Peace
For those who believe that all human beings are created equal, the desire for social justice transcends the political, religious and ethnic differences that too frequently serve as a basis for war. When you support SPI's Global Partnerships, you are not only helping to bring an end to persecution; you are promoting peace on a global scale.
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