Innocent lives are being exploited, abused, and utterly destroyed RIGHT NOW by the global scourge of human trafficking.
Every day, desperate individuals face an unthinkable choice: risk being sold into modern slavery by human traffickers or go hungry.
Evil human traffickers exploit these people for financial gain – luring them with false promises or kidnapping them and selling them into slavery.
According to the U.N., an estimated 40.3 million people are trapped in modern slavery.
Men and children find themselves toiling in inhumane labor camps and factories. Women and even young girls are forced into sweatshops, brothels, and worse.
At the ACLJ, we've launched our largest effort yet at the U.N., filing critical Universal Periodic Review (UPR) reports on the worst offending nations to expose human rights violations and demand intervention to fight human trafficking. We're also urging aid for victims once they've been rescued. And for years, we helped work on state legislation to battle human trafficking in the U.S.
Now we need you to take action with us for the victims.
As we aggressively engage at the U.N. and in the U.S. to expose and stop evil human trafficking and urge aid for victims, we need your support.
Your voice will have a tremendous impact. Please consider supporting our work with a tax-deductible donation using the form to the right. Thank you.
The issue of human trafficking is growing rapidly around the world affecting and trapping over 40 million victims . The Department of Justice has issued a report to address human trafficking. But it’s not enough to just talk about it – we need action. We’ve told you how we have called attention to...
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