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End Trafficking Campaign
What's Next in the Fight Against Child Trafficking?
Anti human-trafficking advocates have made many gains in recent years, but we have a long way to go before we end this global scourge.
Four Ways You Can Take Action to End Trafficking Now
January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Learn the signs. Take action.
DC Sorority Members Illuminate the Realities of Human Trafficking
Joint sorority chapters host a screening of “Not My Life” and invite a panel of human trafficking experts
Shut Out Trafficking Launches for 2016-2017
Today we officially kick off our 2016-2017 Shut Out Trafficking season.
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Take Action for Fair Trade Month!
October is Fair Trade Month and we’re highlighting five ways you can promote Fair Trade and take action to prevent trafficking.
It’s International Day of Peace and Our Children Deserve Better
For International Day of Peace, we owe it to the world’s children to prevent, reduce, and respond to violence.
International Day of Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition
Human trafficking, slavery, and exploitation - what is the difference? Let's start here...
End Child Labor in Supply Chains: It's Everyone's Business
Governments, corporations, workers and consumers all play a role in preventing and ending child labor.
Not An Object: On Sexualization and Exploitation of Women and Girls
Sexual objectification contributes to harmful gender stereotypes that normalize violence against girls.