Training and technical assistance to build capacity to address labor trafficking in the U.S.

WHAT BARRIERS EXIST IN THE FIGHT AGAINST LABOR TRAFFICKING?

Despite the passage of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) in 2000, labor trafficking remains a largely hidden crime—with enduring barriers for those who have experienced it to escape and connect with support services, for service agencies to provide quality care and access to resources, for law enforcement to investigate the crime, and for the criminal justice system to hold traffickers accountable.

WHAT IS OUR GOAL?

Our aim is to increase the capacity of service providers and their partners to identify and provide transformative services to survivors of labor trafficking.

WHAT IS OUR APPROACH?

We work with survivors, service providers, and other experts to create tailored, engaging, and user-friendly resources, and to provide in-person and remote assistance—including case consultation, webinars, e-learning modules, online materials, and other resources that respond to needs identified by the field.

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Featured Resources

Video: The Crossover Between Sex and Labor Trafficking: Elevation Without Segregation

This 2-hour survivor-led panel focuses on the intersections across the labor and sex trafficking industries. It included audience interactions, and a live Q&A. Hear the …

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Video: The Ties That Bind Us: A Survivor-Led Discussion on Trauma Bonding

Hear survivors of labor trafficking discuss what traumatic bonding is and what it was like for them in the human trafficking context in which they …

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Trafficking, Incarceration, & Survival: How the Criminal Legal System Harms Victims

    Hear survivors of forced criminality discuss their experiences within the labor trafficking paradigm. This webinar will increase your understanding of why victims stay …

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