Iowa Network Against Human Trafficking

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes


The Network Against Human Trafficking (NAHT) is an Iowa-based organization who believes that human trafficking is modern day slavery where vulnerable people are forced or coerced into involuntary servitude for the purpose of financial profit for traffickers. We also believe that human trafficking is:

  • A crime against the most basic human rights, affecting women, children and men.
  • An underground activity about which there is limited information and knowledge.
  • The result of complex issues with a global magnitude, involving social, economic, health, political and legal factors


Coordinating Iowa’s solution to end human trafficking through coalition building, raising awareness, providing education, and promoting advocacy.

  • Contact Information:
  • 130 South Sheldon
  • , Iowa 50014
  • United States
  • Active In: United States
  • Forms of Abolition:
  • Awareness, Policy Making
  • Forms of Slavery:
  • Sex Trafficking, Forced Labor