Slavery didn't end
There are millions of people enslaved throughout the world today, most in plain sight. Through education, awareness and activism, we can end slavery in our lifetime.
- Trafficking Then and Now
- Partners Around the Globe
Trafficking Then and Now
Human trafficking is a global problem, with many nations unknowingly supporting forced labor through importing and exporting of goods.
Solomon Northup — 1850s
Solomon Northup was a free man who was captured and sold into slavery more than 150 years ago.
Vannak Prum — 2000s
Captured slaves, like Vannak Prum are forced to work on fishing boats.
Our Coalition Partners
Through our dedicated partnerships with organizations around the world, we are helping to combat global slavery.
Shared Hope International
Shared Hope International strives to prevent the conditions that foster sex trafficking, restore victims of sex slavery and bring justice to vulnerable women and children.
Polaris Project's vision is for a world without slavery. Named after the North Star that guided slaves towards freedom along the Underground Railroad, Polaris Project has been providing a comprehensive approach to combating human trafficking and modern-day slavery since 2002.
Walk Free Foundation
Andrew Forrest and his wife Nicola found out about modern slavery from their teenage daughter who witnessed it while working in a Nepalese orphanage. That experience, combined with frequent visits to Nepal, exposed the family to the reality and horrors of child trafficking.