Need help? Polaris operates the National Human Trafficking Hotline.
The Counter-Trafficking Data Collaborative (CTDC) is a new data portal initiated by IOM and Polaris to host the world’s largest open access, multi-stakeholder repository of human trafficking data.
Polaris recently began a collaboration with the Mexican consular network to exchange information and knowledge that will strengthen our respective efforts to support survivors.
Polaris ha empezado a colaborar con la red consular mexicana para fortalecer nuestros respectivos esfuerzos de apoyo a las víctimas.
The following statement is from the Alliance to End Slavery & Trafficking (ATEST), a U.S.-based coalition that advocates for solutions to prevent and end all forms of human trafficking, of which Polaris is a member:
Human trafficking survivors on either side of the U.S.-Mexico border can now seek and receive help.
It’s crucial to build a network of community organizations that are equipped to respond to the complex trauma sex trafficking victims from Mexico have experienced.
The 2016 TIP Heroes visited Polaris's office and discussed the struggles of being an advocate in challenging circumstances.
Polaris CEO Bradley Myles gives a TEDx speech on human trafficking and our strategy to end it.
How our data team analyzes the numbers from the hotlines we run—and uses it to work with other anti-trafficking advocates globally.
What happens if a situation of human trafficking is occurring in another country? Can Polaris still help? Now we can.