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INVEST YOUR TIME & MONEY

There are a number of ways to invest in the anti-trafficking movement at the local, national, and global levels.

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RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS CONDUCT

Ending human trafficking and modern-day slavery will take a multi-sectoral effort.

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RAISE AWARENESS

Raising awareness is an important step to addressing human trafficking and modern-day slavery.

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ADVOCATE FOR CHANGE

Our awareness raising page provides information to help you learn about human trafficking and share that knowledge with your community.

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INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC TRAFFICKING PREVENTION TOOLKITS

Search by profession to access industry-specific trainings, resources and educational materials

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PREVENTING THE IMPORTATION OF GOODS MADE WITH FORCED LABOR

Section 307 of the U.S. Tariff Act of 1930 prohibits the importation of goods made by forced labor.

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LATEST BLOGS

We’ve covered topics such as sex trafficking, labor trafficking, child trafficking, modern slavery, forced and child marriage, child soldiers, and more, and invite you to search the blog for articles related to your topic or region of interest.

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Tourist Tips: Combatting Sex and Labor Trafficking While Traveling

Why tourists need to be aware? As the world slowly begins to reopen and tourism resumes, it is more important …
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Images in Absentia- Gender and Human Trafficking: The Pictures We Are Missing

The meaning of the words “human trafficking” has expanded over time to include a wide range of crimes, victims, and perpetrators. But if you do a search on Google Images for “Human Trafficking Victims” or even “Human Trafficking” you will get a visual narrative that falls short of the diverse reality for this term. Almost all the images that come up include women and girls, beaten, chained, and/or gagged. What are we missing with these pictures?
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T visas: Intent and Reality- Immigration Attorneys Share Challenges to ‘Humanitarian’ Approach

The T visa was created to allow human trafficking victims immigration relief. Generally viewed as a positive approach to immigration relief, aspects of the application process are cause for concern. Many attorneys consider themselves reluctant participants in the application process due to repeat trauma, language barriers, and processing times.

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