End Human Trafficking Now

World Summit: End Sexual Exploitation 2025 Event Details

Hosted By The Carter Center

Atlanta, GA

May 11 & 12

The need to get the largest anti-human trafficking groups together to focus on creating solutions for immediate action is stronger now than ever. President Jimmy Carter, Rotarians Against Child Slavery and The End Human Trafficking Now movement are proud to announce the first annual World Summit to End Human Trafficking.

- President Jimmy Carter

"I am very excited to host the World Summit on Human Trafficking with Rotary’s End Human Trafficking movement. Working together we can make a difference."

Working Groups & Breakout Sessions

Laws & Enforcement

Discuss the progress of the different models worldwide, and to focus on the current and needed laws on the state and federal level.


Focus on the economics behind trafficking and how to involve businesses in preventing human trafficking and sexual exploitation.


To see a change in the 20 million people who are being trafficked in the world today, our young must get fired up, get involved and be informed.

Victim Services

Discuss successful services and best practices from around the world and provide new groups with the tools they need to succeed.


Participating Groups & Guest Speakers

• President Carter
• Rotary International President Elect Ravi Ravindran
• Robert Hall Rotary International Director Zone 33-34
• End Human Trafficking Now
• The Carter Center
• Justice Sandra Day O'Connor
• Senator Johnny Isakson (GA)
• Senator Bob Corker (TN)
• Atlanta Dream Center / Out of Darkness
• Rachel Lloyd - Founder of GEMS
• Shared Hope International - CEO Linda Smith
• Junior League of Atlanta
• International Justice Mission
• Rebecca Bender - Rebecca Bender Ministries

• Polaris Project – Brad Myles CEO
• National Center for Missing and Exploited Children – Melissa Snow
• ECPAT – Carol Smolenski ED USA
• Global Business Coalition Against Human Trafficking – Hartwig Zakin
• Ambassador Mark Lagon – Freedom House
• National Center for Civil and Human Rights
• Demand Abolition – Ambassador Swanee Hunt
• US State Department
• Homeland Security - Greg Wiest
• British Consulate-General
• End It Movement
• Shamere McKenzie - CEO of Sun Gate Foundation

• Wellspring Living - Mary Frances Bowley
• Boy Scouts of America
• Sheriff's Women's Justice Programs - Marian Hatcher
• Attorney General Georgia - Sam Olens
• Global Experts Kathleen Barry and Robin Morgan
• Brooke Bello - Founder of More Too Life
• Rachel Moran - Author, Journey Through Prostitution
• CNN Hero Award - Vendita Carter
• CNN Freedom Project - Leif Coorlan
• Gunilla Ekberg - Nordic Model
• Simon Haagstrom - Detective Inspector
• Susan Coppedge - Asst. US Attorney
• Youth Sparks - Jenifer Swain
• Audrey Morrisey - My Life My Choice

Power of 1: Candle Light Vigil

Join us on Tuesday, May 12 at 7:30 PM for a candle light vigil in Centennial Olympic Park and hear how the power of 1 person can make a difference in the fight against human trafficking.