Trafficking Reports

American Psychological Association

Baptist World Aid Australia

Covenant House

Two Groundbreaking Studies of Covenant House Youth by The Field Center for Children’s Policy, Practice & Research and the Loyola University Modern Slavery Research Project.

Dignity Health


Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to End Child Marriages

Global Modern Slavery Directory

  • Global Modern Slavery Directory: the first-of-its-kind publicly searchable database of over 770 organizations and hotlines working on human trafficking and forced labor.

Human Rights First

Human Rights Watch

ILO Report on Labor Trafficking

International Organization For Migration (IOM| OIM| The UN Migration Agency)

Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR)

Massachusetts General Hospital/ Massachusetts Medical Society

National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC)

Polaris Project

Shared Hope International

The Advocates for Human Rights

  • 2016: Asking The Right Questions: This report documents the problems of labor trafficking and labor exploitation in Minnesota. Their recommendations for human rights conditions for workers are broadly applicable throughout the U.S.

The McCain Institute for International Leadership

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

U.S. Department of Education

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

Administration for Children & Families: Office on Trafficking in Persons, a divisions of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has released the following documents:

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

U.S. Department of Justice

The Office for Victims of Crime, within the DOJ, developed a video series to help raise awareness of human trafficking among social, legal, and health-care service providers; law enforcement; related professionals; and other community members. The nine-part series includes information about sex and labor trafficking, multidisciplinary approaches to serving victims of human trafficking, effective victim services, victims’ legal needs, and voices of survivors. Spanish subtitles are available for each video, and each also is accompanied by a discussion guide.

Also available are four posters targeting specific audiences and four factsheets providing an introduction to human trafficking, information on the legal needs and rights of victims of trafficking in the United States, information on special considerations and needs of youth victims, and promising practices for building effective collaborations to address human trafficking.

To access the video series, factsheets, posters: Click Here.

U.S. Department of Labor

U.S. State Department Trafficking In Persons (TIP)