HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS
Awareness & Educational Resources
The South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking upholds a survivor-centered, trauma-informed, culturally responsive approach in coordinating resources and strengthening local capacity to address human trafficking and exploitation. The Coalition has been successful in responding and addressing human trafficking in the counties of Santa Clara and for some agencies in San Benito County.
Slavery Footprint engages individuals through an interactive survey that raises participants’ awareness of their labor trafficking footprints. Learn how many people are affected by labor trafficking based on your lifestyle.
The Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission Briefing describes the demand for commercial sex fuels the global human trafficking industry, perpetuating a human rights crisis. Videos and transcripts of the panelists are available.
Report that provides crucial insight into the realities of sex trafficking in the U.S. based largely on experiences reported by U.S. citizen survivors.
Provides a guide and supporting written resources to stop the Commercial Sexual Explotation of Children that others may use to educate, engage, and inspire communities to stand up against this national epidemic
The mission of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Anti-Trafficking Program (ATP) is to educate on the scourge of human trafficking as an offense against fundamental dignity of the human person; to advocate for an end to modern day slavery; and to provide training and technical assistance on this issue.
The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, anti-trafficking hotline and resource center serving victims and survivors of human trafficking and the anti-trafficking community in the United States. They offer a 24-hour hotline for supp