The Rescue & Restore campaign provides educational materials and resources for health care providers, social service organizations and the law enforcement community so that they can recognize the signs of human trafficking, and help connect victims to the benefits and services they need to restore their lives.
The CNN Freedom Project is shining a spotlight on the horrors of modern-day slavery, amplifying the voices of the victims, highlighting success stories and helping unravel the complicated tangle of criminal enterprises trading in human life.
CHA offers many valuable resources to assist Catholics and other health care organizations and their health care professionals to help victims of human trafficking by being more alert to the problem and realizing that patients they are treating may be victims.
The world’s first organization to fight human trafficking internationally.
ECPAT-USA (End Child Prostitution and Trafficking)
- is the leading anti-trafficking policy organization in the United States;
- belongs to an international network of organizations in 73 countries, all working to end the commercial sexual exploitation of children;
- advocates for federal and state legislation that prevents exploitation,
- protects children, and guarantees that any child who is subjected to sexual slavery or sex trafficking will not be prosecuted in the courts for prostitution;
- promotes corporate responsibility among private companies with a strong focus on the tourism sector; and
- educates first responders and ordinary citizens so they can identify victims and join in the fight to better protect children.
Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center provides downloadable resources; prayer services; a toolkit for creating an anti-human trafficking public prayer vigil; live junior high school webinars; materials for church presentations, and DVDs available for loan; and federal advocacy action.
1216 NE 65th St
Seattle, WA 98115
Shareholders calling the world’s most powerful companies to address their impacts on the world’s most vulnerable people and communities.
Know The Chain is a resource to promote greater transparency and dialogue around issues of human trafficking and slavery in supply chains.
The Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) is an association of the leaders of congregations of Catholic women religious in the United States. The conference has more than 1400 members, who represent more than 80 percent of the approximately 51,600 women religious in the U.S. Founded in 1956, the conference assists its members to collaboratively carry out their service of leadership to further the mission of the Gospel in today’s world.
Representative: Ann Scholz, SSND
8808 Cameron Street, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Made in a Free World is a network of individuals, groups, and businesses working together to disrupt slavery and make freedom go viral. They produce innovative campaigns, on the ground projects, consumer engagement tools, and business solutions designed to get slavery out of our system.
Established in 1984, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® is the leading nonprofit organization in the U.S. working with law enforcement, families and the professionals who serve them on issues related to missing and sexually exploited children. As part of its Congressional authorization, NCMEC has created a unique public and private partnership to build a coordinated, national response to the problem of missing and sexually exploited children, establish a missing children hotline and serve as the national clearinghouse for information related to these issues.
Polaris works on all forms of human trafficking and serves victims of slavery and human trafficking. Polaris Project operates a national 24/7 hotline (1-888-3737-888) and text line: text INFO or HELP to BEFREE (233733).
How many slaves work for you? Take the Slavery Footprint Survey – and learn how you can use your power as a consumer to fight slavery in supply chains.
thetraffickedhuman.org works to eliminate the exploitation of women, youth and girls in Canada. They support Canada’s new law criminalizing those who purchase sex or who profit from the sale of another’s body, and recognize the social harm that results from prostitution, as well as the fact that women and children are most negatively impacted. Further, it is indisputable that johns, pimps and procurers take an inordinate toll on the lives of First Nations’ girls, youth and women; their predation on these communities, and on all communities, must stop.
Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) exists to educate, equip, empower and mobilize members of the trucking and travel plaza industry to combat domestic sex trafficking.
UNANIMA International is an NGO representing 19 congregations of Catholic women religious with special consultative status with the United Nation’s Economic and Social Council. One major focus of our advocacy and educational work is in ending the demand for human trafficking. On our website, you can find many educational tools available for presentations and lessons in raising awareness about human trafficking. Find them at Unanima-International under our Stop the Demand campaign.
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC) The United Nations entity that focuses on the criminal justice element of human trafficking and migrant smuggling.
Educational information and resources from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
The Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons leads the United States’ global engagement against human trafficking, an umbrella term used to describe the activities involved when someone obtains or holds a person in compelled service.