Anti-Trafficking Organizations Directory

Anti-Trafficking Organizations Directory

In an effort to bring more unity to the anti-trafficking movement, Freedom4Innocence has started this directory. It is a listing of all the anti-human trafficking organizations that we know about.

Now we need your help to complete it. If you know of any organizations that are working to stop human trafficking, please contact us using the contact form HERE.

Be sure to include the name and web URL of the organization. We will then research the organization and add it to this directory.

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Polaris Project
From their website: “Polaris Project is committed to combating human trafficking and modern-day slavery, and to strengthening the anti-trafficking movement through a comprehensive approach.” There initiatives include: Client Services, Policy Advocacy, National Human Trafficking Hotline, Training and Technical Assistance, Public Outreach and Communications, Fellowship Programs, International Programs, and Campaigns.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Rescue & Restore Victims of Human Trafficking campaign
From their website: “Under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 (TVPA) the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is designated as the agency responsible for helping victims of human trafficking become eligible to receive benefits and services so they may rebuild their lives safely in the U.S. As part of this effort, HHS has initiated the Rescue & Restore Victims of Human Trafficking campaign to help identify and assist victims of human trafficking in the United States.”

Freedom Network USA
From their website: “Freedom Network (USA), which was established in 2001, is a coalition of 25 non-governmental organizations that provide services to, and advocate for the rights of, trafficking survivors in the United States. Since the enactment of the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 (VTVPA), Freedom Network (USA) members have worked closely with trafficked persons to ensure that they receive necessary services guaranteed under the VTVPA and have also been engaged in monitoring implementation of the law.”

Not For Sale Campaign
From their website: “Not For Sale is a Campaign of students, artists, entrepreneurs, people of faith, athletes, law enforcement officers, politicians, social workers, skilled professionals, and all justice seekers united to fight the global slave trade and end human trafficking.”

Not For Sale Free2Work
From their website: “This website helps consumers identify companies which do not have forced, trafficked or child labor in their production. Featured companies are graded on the steps they take to actively prevent exploitation from occurring. Numerous industries are at risk for forced, trafficked and child labor. As consumers we are connected to these types of abuses and we need to know how our products are made.”

Not For Sale Freedom Sunday
Freedom Sunday is a worship platform that provides churches with what they need to become more aware and more active in opposing modern slavery. Soft launched in February 2010, more than 1,000 churches in over 30 countries participated in the first global Freedom Sunday. The goal for 2011 is 100,000 churches worldwide.”

Not For Sale International
The Not For Sale Campaign’s international projects.

Not For Sale Slavery Map
From their website: “SlaveryMap exists to record and display instances of human trafficking across the globe.”

Operation Ransom
From their website: “Mission: Rescue, Educate and Reintegrate Victims of Human Trafficking… Operation Ransom, formerly known as “Ransom Wear” is a project of Kingdom Investments International that specifically focuses on the global fight against Human Trafficking. We are approved with the IRS as a 501 c3 non-profit organization (#20-5467615) and are headquartered in the United States.”

Call + Response
From their website: “CALL+RESPONSE is a first of its kind feature documentary film that reveals the world’s 27 million dirtiest secrets: there are more slaves today than ever before in human history. CALL+RESPONSE goes deep undercover where slavery is thriving from the child brothels of Cambodia to the slave brick kilns of rural India to reveal that in 2009, Slave Traders made more money than Google, Nike and Starbucks combined… To screen our film, Call+Response, worldwide and provide audiences with low-shelf, hands-on opportunities to act and engage through mobile phones and online platforms.”

International Princess ™ Project
From their website: “International Princess™ Project currently implements two initiatives working towards the vision of restoring hope and dignity to women formerly enslaved in prostitution. The PUNJAMMIES™ initiative creates a self-sustaining enterprise which provides needed jobs for women and the resources for their healing and restoration. The Advocacy initiative raises awareness in the United States of the problem of prostitution and human trafficking around the world and helps mobilize people to take action.”

PUNJAMMIES
From their website: “Each PUNJAMMIE™ is created in an after-care facility for women who have been rescued, released or escaped from a life of forced prostitution. Their lives have been marked by a message – you are a commodity – to be used for other’s gain… Every PUNJAMMIE™ purchase creates: A fair trade wage, Deposit into a savings account, Financial support for holistic care, Capacity building for more women to enter the after-care center.”

International Justice Mission
From their website: “International Justice Mission is a human rights agency that secures justice for victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression. IJM lawyers, investigators and aftercare professionals work with local officials to ensure immediate victim rescue and aftercare, to prosecute perpetrators and to promote functioning public justice systems.”

Salvation Army Initiative Against Sexual Trafficking
From their website: “We exist to create and equip a new abolition movement for the eradication of sexual trafficking, the protection of survivors, and the prosecution of traffickers and exploiters.”

Stop the Traffik
From their website: “STOP THE TRAFFIK is a growing global movement of individuals, communities and organisations fighting to PREVENT the sale of people, PROTECT the trafficked and PROSECUTE the traffickers… STOP THE TRAFFIK now has more than 1000 member organisations in 50 countries and tens of thousands of activists all over the world.”

American Anti-Slavery Group
From their website: “American Anti-Slavery Group is a non-profit organization dedicated to eradicating modern-day human bondage and to promoting a non-politicized, bias-free human rights community.”

Free the Slaves
From their website: “Free the Slaves’ knows that slavery flourishes when people cannot meet their basic needs. Slavery is rampant where poor people lack economic opportunities, education, healthcare and an honest government. A holistic approach is required to eradicate slavery forever.”

Love146
From their website: “Love146 works toward the abolition of child sex slavery and exploitation through Prevention and Aftercare solutions while contributing to a growing abolition movement.”

World Relief
From their website: “We practice principles of transformational development to empower local churches in the United States and around the world so they can serve the vulnerable in their communities. With initiatives in education, health, child development, agriculture, food security, anti-trafficking, immigrant services, micro-enterprise, disaster response and refugee resettlement, we work holistically with the local church to stand for the sick, the widow, the orphan, the alien, the displaced, the devastated, the marginalized, and the disenfranchised.”

World Hope International
From their website: “World Hope International is a Christian relief and development organization working with vulnerable and exploited communities to alleviate poverty, suffering and injustice.”

Amnesty International
From their website: “Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 3 million supporters, members and activists in more than 150 countries and territories who campaign to end grave abuses of human rights. Our vision is for every person to enjoy all the rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights standards. We are independent of any government, political ideology, economic interest or religion and are funded mainly by our membership and public donations.”

Coalition Against Trafficking in Women-International (CATW)
From their website: “The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women-International (CATW) is a non-governmental organization that promotes women’s human rights by working internationally to combat sexual exploitation in all its forms. Founded in 1988, CATW was the first international non-governmental organization to focus on human trafficking, especially sex trafficking of women and girls. CATW obtained Category II Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council in 1989.”

Break the Chain Campaign
From their website: “Break The Chain Campaign (BTCC), a project of the Institute for Policy Studies, takes a holistic approach to addressing a global problem: the exploitation and abuse of migrant women workers.”

HumanTrafficking.org
From their website: “The purpose of this Web site is to bring Government and NGOs in the East Asia and Pacific together to cooperate and learn from each other’s experiences in their efforts to combat human trafficking. This Web site has country-specific information such as national laws and action plans and contact information on useful governmental agencies. It also has a description of NGO activities in different countries and their contact information.”

HumanTraffickingEd.com
From their website: “Human Trafficking Information and Resources for Emergency Healthcare Providers.”

World Relief North Carolina Human Trafficking Advocacy – North Carolina

NC Stop Human Trafficking – North Carolina
From their website: “NC Stop Human Trafficking is a statewide organization whose mission is to eradicate modern day slavery in all its forms. NC Stop Human Trafficking works to fight human trafficking on multiple levels following the P.A.V.E. model: Prevention, Advocacy, Victim Services and Education/awareness. NC Stop works through connecting and supporting individuals, community-based and faith-based organizations, non-governmental and governmental organizations. We focus on collaboration and communication between all groups to be efficient and effective. NC Stop strives to create opportunities for community members to become involved in the fight to stop human trafficking that are fulfilling and appropriate for each member.”

Compassion To Act – Charlotte, North Carolina
From their website: “Our Mission: Liberating and restoring victims of human trafficking”

On Eagles Wings Ministries – Asheville, North Carolina
From their website: “Our Mission: On Eagles Wings Ministries was founded to encourage women of all backgrounds to overcome the pains of their past, renew their strength through God’s word, and begin to soar as they experience God’s love, forgiveness, and grace found in Jesus Christ.”

Oregonians Against Trafficking Humans (OATH) – Oregon
From their website: “Oregonians Against Trafficking Humans (OATH) is the Oregon Human Trafficking Task Force statewide campaign to encourage citizens to Take The Oath to help combat the growing scourge of human trafficking within the state of Oregon.”

The Children’s Center – Oregon City, Oregon
From their website: “The Children’s Center is a partner in Clackamas County’s response to child abuse and the answer to a child’s pain. A private, non-profit medical assessment center, the Children’s Center supports children and families in cases of suspected physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, drug endangerment and witness to violence.”

Oregon Center for Christian Values (OCCV) – Portland, Oregon
From their website: “We have a vision of Oregon transformed by a network of Christian citizens, rooted in the Word, active in the public arena, boldly proclaiming the fullness of Christ’s vision for humanity, and empowered to work together to shape public policy for the common good.”

Redeemed Ministries – Houston, Texas
From their website: “Redeemed Ministries’ focus is to meet the needs of victims of the human trafficking industry in the greater Houston area.”

CNN Freedom Project
Contains news, stats and proposed solutions on Human Trafficking.

Not One Tear Project – Elizabeth City, North Carolina
From their website: “Not One Tear Project is a Non-Profit Organization dedicated to ending sexual exploitation in all its forms and uncloaking the myths about trafficking victimology, through prevention outreach projects, by educating the public, law enforcement and government officials, especially in small town America. Further, the Not One Tear Project’s mission is to assist in the restoration of trafficked persons during their recovery from victims to victors.”

Partners Against Trafficking Humans in NC – Raleigh, North Carolina
From their website: “Mission: To raise public awareness and to foster actions of prevention through collaboration to end human trafficking in all its forms.”

Women at Risk (WAR) – Wyoming, Michigan
From their website: “Our Mission: Women At Risk, International unites and educates women to create circles of protection and hope around at-risk women and children through culturally sensitive, value-added intervention projects.”

International Rescue Committee – Sacramento, California
From their website: “The International Rescue Committee’s anti-trafficking programs strive to provide timely, high-quality, comprehensive services to survivors of human trafficking. The IRC also works to improve the community response to survivors of trafficking by providing training to local service providers and allied professionals and working to enhance collaboration and coordination among multi-disciplinary professionals on behalf of survivors of human trafficking. The IRC’s goal is to help survivors build lives for themselves that are free from abuse and exploitation.”