Tackling Human Trafficking through awareness and education
The IBSSA International Anti-Human Trafficking Project – launched in February 2017 – is a private sector international network of business professionals that provide education to government and non-government organizations in human trafficking and serve as a focal point within their geographic area for the collection of open source information pertaining to human trafficking.
Through our collaboration with various government and non-government organizations around the world, our efforts as an international network to combat human trafficking provide valuable assets and information to counter this crime of international concern. Mr. Jonathan Wallace, IBSSA Anti-Human Trafficking Bureau Chief for Indiana (USA) was invited by Hamilton County Sheriff Candidate William Clifford to speak on this criminal plague challenging millions worldwide. Thank you to the Westfield Rotary Club for hosting this presentation and allowing pertinent and challenging questions.
No community or demographic is immune to this evil. Jonathan's company, the Native Executive Security and the IBSSA Anti Human Trafficking Project are working to relay information and facilitate inter agency cooperation locally and internationally.
31st August 2017
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Dear IBSSA members,
this is a special time for all our Jewish friends, it is a time of the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, days of personal, national reckoning and soul-searching.
Each of us looking a deep and serious look to his own image that reflects his actions and non-actions, we are all trying our best to learn the lessons of life and wish for new openings and a positive start for the forthcoming time...
Between 16-20 August 2017 the jubilee training camp of Karate do International was held in Gyömrő city, Hungary, which international organisation was founded 45 years ago by the world-famous Karate master, Dr. Rony Kluger – General Secretary of IBSSA.
In the annual camp this year 200 karateka participated, a large team came from Israel, South Africa and Great Britain. Thanks to the excellent organisation of the Hungarian leader, Shihan Attila Miskolczi, the event took place under great circumstances in the modern sports hall of Gyömrő, on the scenic lakeshore.
Between 2-6 August 2017 the Hungarian Krav-Maga Team organised its usual summer training camp for the 19th time in the city of Tata, Hungary, and this special event was held for the 3rd year together with IBSSA – with the active participation of our Instructors. This year 27 people participated in the 5-day camp from Budapest, Tatabánya and all over the country.