There are 45 million slaves in the world today. But it doesn’t have to stay that way. Here’s how we’re fighting human trafficking.
We educate thousands through targeted campaigns, both online and at public and private events, and train national leaders. Traffickwatch and Online Abolitionists are the main programs.
Intervention is our main focus. Working with local police partners, we provide investigative resources and technology for rescue missions and the arrests of traffickers. We also equip national leaders for sustainable impact.
We provide support services to survivors with qualified partners. We also employ local social workers to advocate for survivors during and following raids.
Human trafficking happens every day, all over the world—including in all 50 U.S. states. It affects individuals of every age, ethnicity, and socio-economic background. Because of the crime’s hidden nature, many of us could live our entire lives without consciously spotting any trace of it.
Gaining a solid understanding of what trafficking is, what it looks like, and the signs to look for—both in victims and perpetrators— can help you stay safer and give you the capacity to help those around you. Join us during Human Trafficking Awareness Month as we educate and empower on this issue.
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The inspiring, award-winning story of how The Exodus Road began. A husband, a wife, and the gritty journey into undercover work.
45 million people today are affected. Learn about the modern day slavery problem here.
Our investigative teams find those trapped in slavery. You can join their rescue work today.
These are people doing what no one else will do, and we have to support that. These people are out there putting their lives on the line, and we have to tell their stories and support that.
– Vickie Reddy, Producer, The Justice Conference