Polaris Project is committed to combating human trafficking and modern-day slavery, and to strengthening the anti-trafficking movement through a comprehensive approach. Their website has many resources on human trafficking including an explanation of common myths and misconceptions.
Bales & Soodalter, The Slave Next Door In The Slave Next Door we find that slaves are all around us, hidden in plain sight: the dishwasher in the kitchen of... read more »
The Power of A Story - End Human Trafficking is a Bible study and action resource on human trafficking - modern day slavery. The NFL Super Bowl is the largest sex-trafficking event in the United States each year. The... read more »
The Code is an organization that protects children from sexual exploitation and tourism. Suppliers of tourism services can adopt The Code by implementing 6 criteria.
Love 146 seeks to end child trafficking and exploitation. This online flipbook contains statistics, stories and videos on child sex trafficking worldwide.
This is a video resource from the International Justice Mission that begins to describe the horrors of human trafficking.
This exercise will help to increase awareness of social, economic and environmental issues and the ways in which the issues intersect. The exercise also encourages critical thinking and can be used with groups of any size. Interconnections... read more »
Hundreds of groups of Trick-or-Treaters in the United States and Canada will unite to help: END poverty among cocoa farmers END forced/abusive child labor in the cocoa industry PROMOTE Fair Trade PROTECT the environment Happy Halloween! Hand out Fair Trade chocolate to Trick-or-Treaters, knowing you are helping to support... read more »
A team of journalists investigate how human trafficking and child labor in the Ivory Coast fuels the worldwide chocolate industry. The crew interview both proponents and opponents of these alleged practices, and use hidden camera techniques to delve into the gritty world of cocoa plantations. Written by Andrew McGraw-Herdeg on... read more »
The General Board of Church & Society (GBCS) has developed bulletin inserts featuring individual United Methodist Social Principles. The resource, designed to be included in church worship bulletins, can be downloaded for free from the agency’s website. The bulletin inserts are in two colors that will reproduce excellently... read more »