Scholars today recognize human trafficking as an issue that cross-cuts disciplines and world regions. The work on human trafficking referenced here is happening at every level, from senior-level research and commentary to undergraduate student projects.
The number of university courses covering human trafficking is growing. These syllabi serve as a reference for independent study and showcase some of the field’s innovative teachers.
For many, the media represent the only source of information about Human Trafficking. Be the judge of global media messages or watch a video from an Indiana University trafficking-related event here.
Review some of the hundreds of Organizations working to prevent the many faces of human trafficking. Whether local or international, these groups are at the front lines of survivors’ services, advocacy, and awareness-raising.
Educate yourself about the laws on labor, immigration, partner violence, sex work, and the most basic human rights that affect the prospects of trafficked persons and their traffickers.