January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month

Updated: July 1, 2022

“Human trafficking involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain labor or commercial sex acts. Every year, millions of men, women, and children are trafficked worldwide – including right here in the United States.” — (US Department of Homeland Security)

National Human Trafficking Hotline by the Polaris Project
call: 1-888-373-7888    Text: 233733     Live Chat
Referral Directory of Anti-Trafficking Organizations – National Human Trafficking Hotline
Myths, Facts and Statistics – Polaris Project
Office of the Bronx District Attorney Human Trafficking Unit
Office of the Brooklyn District Attorney Human Trafficking Unit
Office of Manhattan District Attorney Human Trafficking Victim Resources
Office of the Queens District Attorney Human Trafficking Bureau
Office of the Richmond County (Staten Island) District Attorney Special Victims Bureau
National Slavery & Human Trafficking Prevention Month January 2021 – Hope for Justice
2022 Child Trafficking Prevention Conference: An 18 Workshop Virtual Event – Jan 11 – 27, 2022 – NYC Children: Child Trafficking Prevention & Policy
Anti-Trafficking Program – Safe Horizon
Blue Campaign to End Human Trafficking – U.S. Department of Homeland Security (US DHS
What is Human Trafficking? – US DHS
Blue Campaign December 2021 Bulletin – US DHS
The College and University Toolkit against Human Trafficking – US DHS
Indicators of Human Trafficking – US DHS
Bureau of Justice – Human Trafficking Data Collection Activities, 2021 – U.S. Department of Justice (US DOJ)
Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons – 20 Ways You Can Help Fight Human Trafficking – US DOJ
Engaging Men in Preventing Crimes Against Women – US DOJ
About Human Trafficking – United States Department of State
Human Trafficking: Modern Enslavement of Immigrant Women in the United States – ACLU
United Nations Resources for World Day Against Trafficking in Persons (July 30)
2020 World Day Against Trafficking in Persons Statement by Ghada Waly, Executive Director, UN Office on Drugs and Crime
Global Report on Trafficking in Persons 2014 Report – United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime
Child Trafficking – UNICEF USA
What Parents Can Do To Prevent Trafficking – International Human Trafficking Institute (IHTInstitute)
Human Trafficking Prevention Education – IHTInstitute
Child Trafficking Awareness and Prevention – NYC Administration for Children’s Services (NYC ACS)
Resources for Professionals – NYC ACS
Push/Pull Factors of Human Trafficking – National Resource Center on Domestic Violence: VAWnet Project
Trafficking Laws Must Be Enforced – The Human Trafficking Institute – Fairfax, Virginia
What Can Men Do to Stop Sexual Exploitation? – Men Stopping Violence
Truckers Trained on Trafficking Intervention – Truckers Against Trafficking
Federal Anti-Trafficking Laws – Federal Victims Protection Act
How Many Slaves Work For You? – Slavery Footprint – Take the survey
Unchained: The Scourge of Human Trafficking – Documentary produced by Foreign Policy Association (fpa.org) – 26 minutes
ECPAT Educates Children in Schools about Trafficking So They Won’t Be Tricked – Online Safety Tips for Youth, Parents & Educators, ecpat.org, ecpatusa.org
Northwell Health Hospitals Train Employees to Identify Trafficking Victims – CBS Local News
Identifying Human Trafficking – Northwell Health – Huntington Hospital
CWNY Webinar: Human Trafficking and the COVID Crisis

Ted Talks – Trafficking Videos:

  1. 3 Ways Businesses Can Fight Sex Trafficking – 12:22 minutes
  2. Human Trafficking Is All Around You. This Is How It Works – Noy Thrupkaew – TED2015 – 18:44 minutes 
  3. How to Combat Modern Day Slavery – Kevin Bales – TED2010 – 17:46 minutes
  4. The Fight Against Sex Slavery – Sunitha Krishnan – TEDIndia2009 – 12:27 minutes
  5. Photos That Bear Witness to Modern Day Slavery – Lisa Kristine – TEDxMaui2012 – 18:55 minutes
  6. How a truck driver sees and saves people on America’s highways – America’s Highways Are Modern-Day Slave Routes – TED@UPS 2007 -John McKown – 11:01 minutes

Updated January 1, 2022