London Anti-Human Trafficking Committee

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes

History and Mission

The London Anti-Human Trafficking Committee, established in 2006 is committed to the activities of Advocacy, Public awareness & Training and Service Collaboration in the following ways:

  • The Committee supports and collaborates with national advocacy efforts on human trafficking.
  • Seeks out and responds to opportunities to inform individuals, social service organizations and the general public about trafficking.
  • Responds to Staff training requests from Health and Social Services Agencies around identifying and responding to trafficked persons.
  • Collaborates with service organizations in developing & providing a basket of essential wrap-around support services.
  • Accompaniment of trafficked persons
  • Contact Information:
  • 281 Wellington Street
  • London, Ontario N6B2L4
  • Canada
  • Active In: Canada
  • Forms of Abolition: 
  • Awareness
  • Forms of Slavery: 
  • Forced Labor, Sex Trafficking