The following resources will prepare and support you for conversations about modern slavery with children of all ages.
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Watch this meaningful discussion exploring the current state of human trafficking with the impact of the pandemic and continuous systemic racial inequalities.
Make this the year you become involved in the modern day abolitionist movement.
Have you had a conversation with the children in your life about behaviors that are appropriate online? How about what behaviors towards them are appropriate?
Human trafficking takes on a variety of forms, and may intersect with domestic violence in multiple ways.
The intersection of gender-based violence and MMIWG is heavily intertwined. It is important to understand the connection between domestic, dating, and sexual violence and the high incidence of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls (MMIWG) in the United States.
This training currently includes two free, visually engaging video modules that cover the basics of human trafficking globally, trafficking in the United States, and practical ways to fight it.
This free 30-minute training developed by ECPAT-USA offers training to help companies combat trafficking.
Read The Polaris Project's blog about the importance of the new policy.
Still I Rise centers the stories of freedom fighters, Holly Joshi and Leah Albright-Byrd.
July 30th is UN World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. Download and read this year's TIP Report in honor of this important day!
Learn about the crisis of missing and murdered indigenous women.
Understand the trajectory of enslavement throughout history and into the present day.
Temperatures are dropping in the Northern Hemisphere. Make sure you're prepared by purchasing a new pair of sensible fair trade shoes or boots!
RISE helps empower acid attack survivors, who are at risk of being trafficked.
The Third Slavery Project, an initiative spearheaded by the University of Michigan, is dedicated to solving the crisis of modern-day enslavement.
Learn about Òlòturé, a Nigerian film about human trafficking in Nigeria. It is available on Netflix.
Raise awareness of the importance of the fair trade movement this October.
Protect yourself and others from COVID-19 while fighting modern-day enslavement!
This monthly podcast is a great way to educate yourself about human trafficking while staying safe at home.
Opt for fair trade school supplies for your child's virtual or socially distanced, in-person classroom this year!
During the summer of 2020 many falsehoods about modern-day enslavement spread over social media. Learn why this harms the anti-trafficking movement, and how you can help stop it.
Sewing New Futures helps sex trafficking survivors earn a living through selling hand-sewn products.
Forced labor is common in prisons and immigrant detention centers throughout the US.
July 30th is UN World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. Download and read this year's TIP Report in honor of this important day!
Each year the U.S. Department of State honors people around the world fighting modern-day enslavement. Read about and support their efforts.
Understanding how the COVID-19 pandemic impacts communities who are susceptible to human trafficking is the first step in fighting back.
Learn about how freedom from child marriage helped Faith Cherop get an education.
Need a self-care day? Plan one using fair trade items and get relaxing!
Looking for new recipes and inspiration for dinner? We’ve got some fair trade inspiration for you.
Staying safe at home due to the COVID19 pandemic and looking for activities to pass the time? Grab your friends and start an activist book club!
Looking to help the fight against modern day enslavement in these unprecedented times? The Polaris Project can show how.
Staying safe while staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic? Socialize with friends by hosting a virtual watch party.
Most of us want to keep the young people in our lives safe. Learn how you can do so most effectively.
In addition to Women's History Month, March is Social Work Month in the United States.
A key part of fighting human trafficking is working to prevent it from happening in the first place. The Prevention Project equips young people to become modern-day abolitionists.
The city of Jaipur in India has taken significant steps to fight child labor. Learn more about how you can get involved.
Elder Guardianship is supposed to protect senior citizens, and for the most part it does. Some guardians, however, take advantage of this system to abuse and rob the seniors in their care.
Police officers, legal advocates, and other law enforcement personnel have a critical role to play in protecting trafficking victims and survivors.
USC's online Master of Social Work program has compiled a resource guide that breaks down the global scope of human trafficking.
February is Black History Month in the United States. Honor this time by learning about how to address the crisis of human trafficking in communities of color.
Emmanuel Jal is a former child soldier who has turned to rap as a way to heal his trauma and to keep other Sudanese children from being trafficked. Get inspired by the story of this remarkable survivor and activist.
Belew is a socially conscious performer, artist, musician, and rapper. She uses her art to fight forms of oppression like human trafficking.
January 22nd is unofficially National Hot Sauce Day in the US. Celebrate by purchasing hot sauce made with ethically sourced ingredients!
Honor National Mentoring Month by becoming a big brother or big sister.
Read and share these common misconceptions about modern-day enslavement.
January 11th is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Honor it by finding and attending an anti-trafficking event in your community.
Blue is the universally acknowledged color for raising awareness of human trafficking. Express solidarity with this movement by adding blue to your wardrobe.
This documentary recounts true stories of child sex trafficking. The young men and women featured in this film are now courageous leaders fighting for the rights of victims worldwide.
Read "Human Bondage and Abolition: New Histories of Past and Present Slaveries," edited by Elizabeth Swanson and James Brewer Stewart.
December is Universal Month for Human Rights. Appropriately enough this month contains International Human Rights Day (Dec. 10th). Honor this time of year by reading and sharing the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights, created over 70 years ago this month.
Many of us are traveling to visit loved ones this time of year. Is your preferred hotel chain using enslaved labor?
International Volunteer Day is December 5th. Honor it by volunteering for an organization fighting modern-day enslavement.
Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving. This year, support End Slavery Now and help us educate and empower others to fight human and labor trafficking!
In the United States, the night before Thanksgiving is one of the biggest drinking and party nights of the year. If you plan on (safely) partaking, celebrate with fair trade adult beverages!
The third Thursday in November is Social Enterprise Day. Learn how you can make your business socially and environmentally responsible.
This documentary by attorney Bryan Stevenson follows 30 years of his work on behalf of the poor, the incarcerated, and the condemned.
If you represent an organization dedicated to the fight to end trafficking, consider applying to add your group to our directory of anti-trafficking organizations.
November is Native American Heritage Month in the United States. Honor this month by learning about how human and labor trafficking affects Native American communities, particularly women.
The Global Labour University is offering a free, interdisciplinary course on understanding supply chains and how to advocate for transparent and slave-free ones.
Do you have a morning beauty regimen? Consider swapping one item in your makeup kit or medicine cabinet for a fair trade item.
This 2017 film follows trafficking survivor Norma Bastidas as she breaks the Guinness World Record for longest Triathlon.
Help fight modern-day enslavement by donating your credit card points to an anti-trafficking organization.
Design students have begun using their creativity to help victims and survivors of human trafficking. For example, this redesigned feminine hygiene product has information about seeking help hidden in its packaging.
Bullying is a problem in many schools. The same young people who are targets of bullies are also at disproportionate risk of falling victim to traffickers.
This book is both a page-turning thriller and gives information about how to protect the young people in your life from traffickers.
T. Ortiz Pettigrew is a survivor of sex trafficking. Learn how she was able to move on from trauma.
The first full week of October is Mental Illness Awareness Week. Learn about the importance of providing services to trafficking victims and survivors to help them recover.
Dr. Celia Williamson is an academic and activist combating human and labor trafficking. Her podcast is a good resource for modern-day abolitionists.
Let us help you shop for ethically sourced kid-friendly items!
Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere is just around the corner. Update your wardrobe with fair trade pieces!
September is unofficially Self-Care Awareness Month. Add a fair trade bath product to your regimen.
More witnesses have come forward in the ongoing Portsmouth, OH trafficking case.
"Jhalki" is a 2019 film set against the backdrop of child labor in India. Watch and share the trailer today.
Harold D'Souza is a survivor of forced labor and bonded labor. Read his End Slavery Now guest blog post.
August 23rd is International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition (UN). Honor today by educating others about modern-day enslavement.
Many anti-trafficking efforts focus on protecting victims and prosecuting traffickers. Learn about a case study on prevention efforts.
There are many resources out there for those interested in learning from professionals how to identify and respond to human trafficking. Some of these trainings are even online!
The Abolish Foundation is developing an app to help us identify which products were made using enslaved labor.
Domestic workers in the US do not receive overtime pay or a minimum wage. They are not even protected from sexual harassment. Urge Congress to change that.
From educating motorcoach employees on how to recognize the signs of human trafficking to providing free transportation to victims and survivors, many bus companies are taking an active role in fighting modern-day enslavement.
Socially conscious companies play a critical role in the fight against worker exploitation.
The United Nations is promoting a global campaign of calling governments to action against modern-day enslavement on World Day against Trafficking in Persons.
The last Thursday in July is unofficially National Intern Day. What better day to look into internships at organizations fighting modern-day enslavement?
The Aruna Run is a 5k Run/Walk created by the Aruna Project. You can raise funds and secure freedom for a specific woman trapped in modern-day enslavement by participating in an Aruna Run.
July is National HIV Awareness Month. Honor it by learning about how trafficking victims are at increased risk of becoming HIV positive.
The June 2019 arrest of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein has brought the issue of human trafficking into the news again. It is a good time to talk about how to refer to the victims and survivors of this evil.
This billionaire, who had been charged with trafficking young girls, was linked to other powerful men. This action item has been updated in light of the news of Epstein's death.
Looking for some good reading material for your beach or camping trip this summer? Let End Slavery Now help you update your library of anti-enslavement books!
Planning on sleeping under the stars this summer? Make sure your camping trip is fair trade!
June 20th is World Refugee Day. Learn and share how refugees are vulnerable to modern-day enslavement.
While Bead for Life's retail stores have closed they are still helping to left women out of poverty through their sister organization, Street Business School!
The fishing industry is rife with forced labor. Take action now!
Two decades ago, three major chocolate companies pledged to stop using cocoa harvested by children. They broke their promise.
The movie "Ghost Fleet," which follows the story of enslaved fishermen in east Asia, opens in select theaters June 7th.
June is Pride Month in the United States. In honor of this time, learn about how LGBTQ+ youth are at increased risk of human trafficking.
If you're planning a cookout this year consider using fair trade items!
IJPC, a nonprofit dedicated to fighting injustices like human trafficking, has released a series of toolkits to help the media and public discuss modern-day enslavement in an informed and compassionate way.
Help B.A.C.A. protect vulnerable youth from being trafficked.
Our canine and feline companions can also live slave free lifestyles!
Soon to be released in theaters, "Ghost Fleet" tells the story of a woman struggling to free forced workers who labor on board fishing ships.
Learn how this organization has liberated over 20,000 people from modern day enslavement.
Mohamed Diaby is a refugee from Mauritania. He was detained by ICE. He is now free, but "lost everything."
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Take the opportunity to learn about sex trafficking.
More than 1,000 victims of human trafficking in Ohio have been identified thanks to a University of Cincinnati study published Tuesday, March 26, 2019 by the Ohio Department of Public Safety’s Office of Criminal Justice Services.
Many anti-trafficking organizations focus on protecting trafficking victims and survivors and prosecuting traffickers. What about preventing enslavement before it begins?
Read about a possible sex trafficking case in the small town of Portsmouth, Ohio.
On March 14, 2019 help students across the world bring awareness to modern day slavery by participating in #MyFreedomDay.
March 8th is International Women's Day. Honor today by understanding how modern day enslavement affects women and girls.
March 1st is unofficially National Wedding Planning Day! If you are getting married - or planning a wedding - consider making it ethically sourced.
HB 461 would bring Ohio law into compliance with federal law regarding trafficking victims aged 16 and 17.
Feb 20th is World Day of Social Justice (UN). Celebrate by learning how modern day abolitionists fight barriers to equality.
February is Black History Month in the United States. Honor this time by learning about how human trafficking affects communities of color.
The Global Business Coalition Against Human Trafficking has released an interactive map of anti-trafficking organizations.
This documentary, produced by The Guardian, explores the connection between trafficking and women's prisons.
February 1st is National Freedom Day in the US. Celebrate by learning about and sharing with others the importance of being a modern-day abolitionist.
Many of us think that forced marriage only happens in developing countries. However, 48 states allow minors to marry.
There is a lot of misinformation about how traffickers operate.
In 2018, two prominent US judicial figures were arrested on human trafficking related charges.
"Chosen" tells the story of two teenagers tricked by traffickers. Watch and share it today.
Take a trip to Cincinnati, Ohio, USA to visit the world's first museum-quality permanent exhibit on the subjects of modern day enslavement and human trafficking at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
Many of us are traveling over the holidays. Opt for a hotel fighting against modern day enslavement!
December 11th is Christmas Jumper Day in the UK.
'Tis the season for giving and giving back! This year, consider giving fair trade gifts to your loved ones.
Barbara Amaya is a human trafficking survivor who became an anti-trafficking advocate. Watch her Tedx talk to learn how she survived abuse to become a leader in the fight against modern day enslavement.
This year, November 27th is Small Business Saturday. Consider buying at least one Fair Trade gift.
This 2015 film features a computer hacker fighting to break up a European human trafficking ring.
Learn about the UN's efforts to end modern day enslavement in all forms.
News outlets often expose and shame women working for illicit massage parlors. Read Polaris' blog post to learn more and find out what you can do.
Learn about the 13th Amendment and incarcerated forced labor by watching "13th."
"Free the Slaves" has interviewed slavery survivors around the globe to document the injustice they’ve endured.
Across the United States, prison inmates have planned strikes against state-imposed forced labor.
Make supporting the International Labor Organization's Protocol on Forced Labor part of your Labor Day celebrations!
During late summer, the harvest of garden herbs is at its peak. Why not try using fair trade, or small garden grown, herbs and spices?
August 26th is Women's Equality Day in the United States. This year, support an anti-trafficking organization founded by a brave and dynamic woman.
August 23rd is International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition. Honor it by planning a trip to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, OH.
Learn about the role money laundering plays in the world of human trafficking.
July 30th is UN World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. Learn more about human trafficking, as well as how to combat it.
Millions of people around the world are trapped in debt bondage. It's the most common form of modern-day slavery, as well as the least understood.
On National Ice Cream Soda Day—Cool down with a fair trade treat!
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center hosts the world's first museum-quality permanent exhibition on the subjects of modern-day slavery and human trafficking. Take a trip to Cincinnati, Ohio, USA to visit this powerful exhibit.
Invite some friends over to watch and discuss the film, BEASTS OF NO NATION. This Netflix Original Film is based on the highly acclaimed novel by Nigerian author Uzodinma Iweala, bringing to life the gripping tale of Agu, a child soldier torn from his family to fight in the civil war of an African country.
If you are a shipper or know a shipper, encourage your trucking companies to become trained with Truckers Against Trafficking.
Noy Thrupkaew is a global journalist that reports on human trafficking. Watch her TED talk that shares another perspective on the underlying issues that enable human trafficking.
June 5th was World Environment Day, a day that encourages awareness and action for the protection of our environment. Make a fair trade purchase this weekend in celebration of this year's World Environment Day!
Human trafficking in massage parlors is often the result of a deeply manipulated sense of "choice". Learn more about how victims are controlled so that you can take action to help eliminate massage parlor trafficking.
Human trafficking in massage parlors is the second most common type of trafficking reported to the US National Human Trafficking Hotline. Learn the signs of massage parlor trafficking and what to do if you see those signs.
May 25th is National Wine Day in the United States. Celebrate by buying fair trade wine!
Partner with International Justice Mission and dedicate one Sunday at your church to end slavery.
This Mother's Day, give fair trade gifts to the mothers in your life.
Spring is the time for flowers, whether for weddings, graduations, Mother's Day or May Day. When purchasing these beautiful day-brighteners, be sure they are fair trade.
Engage in a career that means so much more than an income. Join a social enterprise, become your own boss, and help bring freedom to others.
This Earth Day, celebrate by learning about environmental sustainability and its relationship with ethical, fair trade materials.
Summer is just around the corner for many of us in the Northern Hemisphere. Make sure you’re prepared for warm days spent relaxing in the sun with an updated summer reading list of anti-slavery books!
An Aruna Run is a 5k run/walk created by the Aruna Project where by participating you can raise funds and secure freedom for a specific woman trapped in modern day slavery.
In need for some custom t-shirt branding? Freeset is a fair trade business for freedom that creates custom bags, t-shirts, scarves and apparel and sells to individuals and businesses all across the world.
This Sunday, April 1st is Easter Sunday. Swap out staple ingredients with fair trade ones to support a slave-free lifestyle for your holiday meal.
Easter is right around the corner! Make sure you a promoting a slave free lifestyle and use fair trade chocolate for your Easter Basket this year!
Tuesday, March 20th 2018 is the Spring Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. Celebrate the changing of seasons by updating your Spring wardrobe with fair trade items!
Join the movement and help students and teachers across the country bring awareness to modern day slavery.
March is Social Workers Awareness month. Celebrate by supporting social workers who combat modern day slavery.
Looking for an easy way to try new fair trade products? Check out Fair Trade Friday, a monthly subscription club that mails fair trade items to you.
Read Polaris Project’s latest report identifying human trafficking in illicit massage businesses across the United States.
February is Black History Month in the United States. Honor this holiday by understanding how human trafficking affects communities of color.
Join Rights4Girls “No Such Thing” Campaign and help eradicate the use of the term “child prostitute”.
January is unofficially hot tea month! Celebrate by getting together with friends and having a fair trade tea party.
Learn more about the Libyan auction markets by watching CNN’s short documentary, “Libya’s Slaves: I Was Sold.”
December 21st is the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. Make sure you're prepared and purchase a fair trade sweater for the season!
This holiday season, give to an anti-trafficking organization to help end slavery across the world.
‘Tis the year to give a gift that gives back! This year, support a slave-free lifestyle and give fair trade gifts to your loved ones.
December 2nd is the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery (UN). Honor this date educating educate others about slavery in the world today.
For many of us around the world, the holiday season is already upon us. Get festive this year by decorating for the holidays with fair trade items.
Give back this holiday season by spending time volunteering at an after care shelter.
Black Friday is the unofficial shopping holiday in the United States that falls after Thanksgiving. This year, plan to support fair trade businesses on Black Friday to support a slave-free lifestyle.
November 16th is the International Day for Tolerance. Celebrate by sharing the importance of having tolerance when dealing with human rights issues such as modern day slavery.
We’re less than two weeks away from celebrating Thanksgiving. Help keep your holiday slave-free and swap out one of your staple ingredients with a fair trade option.
November is unofficially National Peanut Butter Month in the United States.
Participating in Halloween festivities? Plan a party for your family and friends that feature fair trade items!
The Daughter Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to fighting human trafficking as it relates to girls.
As temperatures lower and the nights get darker, scented candles help bring out the fall spirit. This year, make sure to purchase fair trade candles for your perfect pumpkin spice smell.
Promote a slave-free lifestyle by handing out fair trade chocolate for Halloween this year!
Watch and share Water, a 2005 film that depicts forced marriage in India.
Freedom Sunday is an international invitation for your congregation to learn about slavery and partner with IJM to end it.
Grandparents Day is celebrated on September 10th in the United States. Promote a slave-free lifestyle by gifting fair trade!
Labor Day Weekend traditionally marks in the unofficial end of summer in the United States. Savor the season and throw an end of summer party and challenge yourself to make one item fair trade.
Women’s Equality Day in the United States is Saturday, August 26. Help honor the movement by shopping at a fair trade/empowerment retailer!
Learn how healthcare professionals are fighting against human trafficking through Heal Trafficking.
Want to discuss modern day slavery with children but not sure how to do it? Check out these helpful tips on how to frame you anti-slavery conversation.
The school year is starting back soon. Opt for fair trade alternatives and start the year off right!
August 10th is unofficially National Smores Day in the U.S. Help celebrate the holiday by making smores with fair trade chocolate.
The Blue Heart Campaign is offering a profile layover to help raise awareness of World Day against Trafficking in Person.
Looking for an ethical alternative to your cellphone? Make the switch to Fairphone!
There are a lot of myths associated with fair trade. Fair Trade Winds wants to help you understand what is myth and what is fact.
The Tronie Foundation wants companies to adopt the Freedom Seal to ensure the products they sale are fair trade.
July is unofficially National Picnic month in some parts of the world. Celebrate by planning a picnic this month and make sure it is fair trade!
Help Zooniverse spot modern day slavery from space by volunteering remotely.
Before your next vacation or travel adventure, take the time to learn about the Tourism Child-Protection Code of Conduct.
Planning a bbq this summer? Make sure you're using fair trade items!
Planning a beach trip this year? Make sure it is fair trade!
Honor the celebration of Juneteenth by becoming a modern day abolitionist.
Celebrate Father’s Day this weekend by giving fair trade gifts!
Read, “Not For Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade—And How We Can Fight It,” by David Batstone.
June 7th is National Chocolate Ice Cream Day in the United States. Whether you live in the United States or not, if you plan on consuming chocolate ice cream this year, make sure it’s fair trade!
June is Pride Month in the United States. In honor of Pride month, learn how the LGBTQ+ community is vulnerable to human trafficking.
Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. Make sure your wardrobe is ready for the warmer temperatures with fair trade items!
Watch the documentary “I Am Jane Doe,” which follows the story of American middle school-aged sex trafficking victims who were exploited on website Backpage.com.
The latest issue of the Atlantic focuses on the story of a women enslaved in an American household written by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Alex Tizon.
Help stop sex trafficking in India by donating to The School For Justice, a school developed for victims of child prostitution that offers educational resources on how to become a lawyer or prosecutor.
Regardless if you run or walk, this summer participate in a Freedom Run with an anti-trafficking organization.
Participating in the Easter holiday this weekend? Give a Fair Trade Easter Basket!
Read and share The Typology of Modern Day Slavery to better understand sex trafficking and labor trafficking in the United States.
Learn about bonded labor in Russia’s brick kilns by watching this short film.
Watch this training video to learn what to expect when you call the National Human Trafficking Hotline.
April showers bring May flowers, right? Be prepared this year with fair trade rain gear!
Help support survivors of human trafficking by donating to Polaris.
It is important to understand the stories of those trapped in enslavement. Help spread awareness by sharing their stories.
Three-quarters of girls in Niger are married before they are adults. Add your name to the petition and tell Niger’s government to outlaw forced child marriages.
Planning for a gift registry this year? Make sure it’s fair trade!
Download ACT!, an educational human trafficking awareness game developed by the Lifeboat Project.
Its wedding planning season! If you planning a wedding this year, consider making it fair trade and ethically sourced.
February 23rd is the End It Movement’s day to “Shine a Light on Slavery.”
Thorn is building an army of digital defender’s to help fight against child sexual exploitation.
Valentine’s Day not really your thing? Then opt to celebrate Galentine’s Day on February 13th instead!
Find a local anti-trafficking organization in your community to volunteer your time to.
Watch Patagonia’s short film to understand how clothing is made and why it is important to go fair trade.
Download the TraffickCam App to help stop sex trafficking.
In the United States, human trafficking is becoming increasingly more prevalent. Know the number of cases in your state and the resources available to help fight back.
Human trafficking is very hard to recognize. Learn these 7 warnings signs to help spot human trafficking when you’re at an airport.
Wear blue to show solidarity for National Human Trafficking Prevention month.
For your next movie night, consider showing a documentary that deals with issues of modern day slavery to help bring awareness to the movement.
Ready to propose? Purchase a fair trade ring and promote a slave-free lifestyle!
Mark your calendars, January 11th is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Help raise awareness by participating in an anti-trafficking action.
Download the Sweat & Toil app to better understand the labor behind products and materials in your supply chain.
This holiday season give a rescue gift
Learn how incarcerated labor is a form of modern-day slavery.
Call On World Leaders to Ratify the ILO's Protocol on Forced Labor
Here are five recommendations by human trafficking survivors to the United States Advisory Council on Human Trafficking.
Discover personal stories of slavery at home and abroad
Support campaign efforts for responsibly-sourced food
Examine healthcare indicators to learn how to identify trafficking.
Talk to children about online safety and methods that traffickers use to lure kids
June 12 is the UN World Day Against Child Labor. Many of your friends and family probably don't know that child labor exists today.
Learn more about the push and pull factors of child marriage.
Make sure you have a gift – and that’s it’s fairly made!
Tell the World Bank to stop funding forced labor in Uzbekistan
Follow this bi-weekly podcast for education on trafficking.
Commit to Stop the Exploitation of Children in Sales Crews
Share information about the human trafficking hotline number with the hotel industry.
Empower a former child domestic servant with the gift of education.
Be an alert traveler and look out for signs of trafficking
Hear celebrities, journalists and activists call for the end of slavery
Inform your community about the human trafficking indicators and the hotline
Suggest fair trade alternatives to your office product staples
The world's third largest hamburger chain refuses to join the Fair Food Program.
Help others learn about different human trafficking scenarios
Help educate children living in diamond mining communities
Encourage your jeweler to support ethical sourcing
Know which companies and brands follow the law
Inform people about the prevalence of the practice
Learn about the trafficking of Native Americans
Expose the different experiences of trafficked children
Use your skills and interests to help out an anti-trafficking organization
Tell garment factories to pay and treat their employees fairly
Use your skills to help refugees adjust to a new country
Prepare your family with a helpline number and trusted contacts
The Fair Food Program ensures that workers are treated fairly and paid properly
Get to know the person doing your nails and look for red flag indicators
Pick an antislavery organization to receive a percentage of your Amazon Smile purchases
The Aruna Project is working to end commercial sexual exploitation by bringing freedom and restoration to the many women and children sold into the trade. Help bring hope by hosting or participating in an Aruna 5k race in your area.
Store the hotline number, and be ready to call when the need arises
Get an overview of the different forms of slavery around the world