A powerful alliance has formed to stop the abhorrent global industry of human trafficking that enslaves people and preys upon children. Who is joining? Legislators, business leaders, rescue organizations, celebrities — and influencers like you. Every voice counts.
What is human trafficking?
Most people think of human trafficking as women or children forced into prostitution. That is one aspect of this multi-headed monster, and there are many others. The three most common kinds of human trafficking are:
Sex trafficking: Women and girls make up 80% of the victims trafficked transnationally.
Forced labor: The largest sector of human trafficking. This category includes many men.
Debt bondage: Individuals are forced to labor for free in order to pay a debt.
Trafficked individuals are forced to live in a twilight world of unacknowledged slavery, seen by many, with their plight recognized by few. You have almost certainly seen victims of trafficking yourself without realizing it. The most common types of work include:
Hair and nail salons
Health and eldercare
What can we do about it?
By rallying together and creating a social movement, much more can be done to stop this evil. Imagine what will happen if 100 million Americans and 1 billion people from around the world declare that enough is enough:
We will change legislation.
We will alter corporate behavior.
We will elevate human caring and empathy.
We will work to save and redeem millions of lives.
Why the All for Humanity Alliance (A4H) matters.
Human trafficking and child exploitation are growing faster than any other form of organized crime. These unspeakable atrocities are happening in almost every community on the planet. Unchecked, these forces represent the most dehumanizing issue we face as a global society.
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How we will make an impact.
The All for Humanity Alliance (A4H) aims to build a global social-media audience that will shine a light on human trafficking. By leveraging everyone’s voices, we will address this crisis by calling for and achieving significant change. Follow us on social media and register to get updates.
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Your contributions help liberate and carry enslaved people to freedom.
Frontline rescue organizations do incredible work — and take incredible risks — every day. Your donation helps them continue and expand their work, paying for everything from milk for liberated children to electronic signal-jammers that keep rescue teams hidden.
Get directly involved by volunteering.
A volunteer commitment could be as small as joining a one-time anti-trafficking fundraising effort or as large as an ongoing support volunteer shift at one of the many rescue and rehabilitation centers.
Volunteer Opportunities Near You
The people and organizations below have taken a stand against human trafficking, one of the most pernicious kinds of suffering. We salute them and invite you to join their number.
Since 2006 and before, More Too Life Foundation (MTL) DBA Living Above the Noise (LATN) has been giving a voice to victims of human trafficking.
Our approach is to provide opportunities to turn “victims to survivors, survivors to thrivers, and thrivers into champions.” In the fight to attack human trafficking, we provide care to its victims and prevention to those on the fringe.
With an estimated 40.3 million victims of human trafficking worldwide, ZOE makes every effort to rescue children from commercial exploitation. From raising awareness about the dangers of human trafficking to providing restorative care and vocational training for survivors of child trafficking, ZOE does everything we can to ensure the safety and well-being of children.
Thorn was born in 2012. Our co-founders Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore had learned about the issue of child sex trafficking from a documentary highlighting what was happening to children in Cambodia. They describe it as this moment where you learn something about the world that you can’t un-know. As they started learning more, they realized that it is just as prolific a problem here in the United States as it is overseas.
After learning of and encountering the atrocities of human trafficking, several socially minded creative activists partnered together to start iEmpathize. We came from varied backgrounds with varied skills sets, but each understood that because exploitation is all around us, we all can and should do something to engage it. Our programs empower youth and adults alike with active empathy and always prioritize prevention.
Darkness to Light is a nonprofit committed to empowering adults to prevent child sexual abuse.
Our work is guided by the vision of a world free from child sexual abuse, where children can grow up happy, healthy and safe. We know that prevention is possible, and we believe that it is an adult responsibility to protect children.