Human Trafficking Resources

Web Resources
We LOGOFF, a joint project of Price of Life and the New York City Urban Project (also a program of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship), is a campaign to help ordinary people respond to human trafficking in their everyday choices.

Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation Misconception Fact Sheets

  1. Pimps and Traffickers
  2. Pornography
  3. Stripping
  4. Prostitution
  5. Prostitution and Choice

REST (“Real Escape From Sex Trade”) Myths About Buying Sex:

Polaris Page: Excellent overview of human trafficking from multiple angles.

CNN Freedom Project: Collected blog posts, articles, videos and photographs focused on modern slavery by CNN reporters.

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast: Vanguard University bi-weekly podcast discussing various aspects of human trafficking, featuring interviews with experts, stories, and concrete suggestions.

Freedom Registry USA Project: A US registry of all anti-trafficking stakeholders with over 800 registered. In December 2013, it will be scaled to a global interactive platform and database.

Slavery Footprint: Find out how many slaves work for you.

U.S. Department of Education Human Trafficking Fact Sheet: Focuses on trafficking of children and includes information on how to recognize a victim of trafficking and what to do.

U.S. Department of Labor’s List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor: This detailed report and tables listing goods made by children and by slaves around the world provides the info you need to LOGOFF.

Room for Debate – Prostitution: NY Times series of opinion essays debating how the law should treat prostitution; much of the discussion relates to forced prostitution and trafficking.

Books & Films

Books & Films:

Human Trafficking and related issues

Biblical Justice

Evangelism and Justice

For Young People and Health

Films

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