Human trafficking is a $150 billion global industry that robs 27.6 million people around the world of their freedom. Government alone can’t end this. Neither can non profit advocates. It will take all of us – business, law enforcement, government and community – to change the systems, the laws, the biases, and the underlying social structures that together make human trafficking possible and profitable.
Together with our partners from all these sectors, we are reimagining a comprehensive, global and targeted response to human trafficking based in our shared commitment to ensuring every human being has a chance to live in freedom and with dignity.
Human trafficking touches virtually every corner of the private sector in some way. Working together, Polaris can help our corporate partners to recognize where and how their businesses intersect with trafficking and put in place industry-leading policies to slavery-proof the future.
ATEST – The Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking – is a coalition of organizations advocating for practices and policies to end human trafficking around the world. Through ATEST, the anti-trafficking field comes together.
Formerly known as the International Labor Recruitment Working Group, this coalition of activists and advocates designs and pushes for policies that protect migrant workers from exploitation and trafficking.
We are grateful and honored to work with artists who fearlessly commit their time and reputation to the fight to end human trafficking.
Action-movie hero, sitcom star, syndicated game show host, Old Spice pitchman, former NFL player, and best-selling author all describe the man that is Terry Crews.
Ashley Judd is Leader in Practice at Harvard Kennedy School’s Women and Public Policy Program. She serves as Global Goodwill Ambassador for the United National Agency for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (UNFPA).
Academy Award Nominee Steve McQueen CBE is a British filmmaker and artist. His films include Hunger, Shame and 12 Years a Slave.