5 Resources to Help You Better Understand Human Trafficking

Awareness

Human Trafficking is an important issue for our community to address. In fact, human trafficking is becoming one of the most talked about issues in our neighborhoods today. All this awareness is great but it can sometimes be difficult to find correct or updated information about the issues we care about, such as human trafficking. That is why we have compiled five resources that you can use to keep yourself up to date on the in’s and out’s of human trafficking.

  1. Polaris Project
    • Polaris Project is the leading organization in the fight against human trafficking worldwide. They are the head of the National Human Trafficking Hotline and their website is packed full of helpful information and research surrounding human trafficking. Click here to see the most recent post about the typology of human trafficking.
  2. It has to stop.com
    • This website is powered by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) to help educate and bring awareness about human trafficking to Tennessee. This site also has survivor stories and lists updated efforts by Tennessee government.
  3. Slaveryfootprint.com
    • This website is where you can calculate just how much your life is touched by modern-day slavery by answering a few lifestyle questions.
  4. World Health Organization (WHO)
    • You can read the most recent publication by WHO that speaksĀ about health-related concerns surrounding human trafficking and survivors.
  5. HT 101
    • Give us a call for an HT 101 training. We would love to meet face to face with you and the people you know to talk about human trafficking. Our training consists of general information about human trafficking, red flags, and how to respond. We always leave room for questions and often have at least 10 minutes of question time from our participants. You can sign up for and HT 101 session here, contact natalie@ccaht.org, or call 865.236.1046 ext 5 for more information.
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