Human trafficking is a global scourge that touches every part of the economy. The U.S. Chamber’s Taskforce to Eradicate Human Trafficking works with stakeholders, lawmakers, senior government officials, and the public to create strategies to find and stop bad actors. Together with leaders in communities, businesses, and government, we raise awareness, provide education, and give a voice to the survivor community through initiatives designed to support victims.
Human trafficking activities often take place within the transportation and hospitality sectors. Here’s how these industries are working to stop it.
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This Hill letter was sent to Members of the U.S. House of Representatives supporting S. 2991, the Countering Human Trafficking Act of 2021.
Today, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and United Way Worldwide unveiled a joint report to combat human trafficking.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and United Way Worldwide produced the report Trust by Performance: Uniting Business and Philanthropy Against Trafficking to commemorate World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, held each year on July 30.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and United Way Worldwide partnered to develop a report which highlights the importance of strategic philanthropic investments to combat human trafficking.
This publication, Anti-Human Trafficking Laws, provides an overview of relevant laws, executive orders, treaties, and conventions, in the international human rights context. The first section of this publication, Federal Laws, highlights human trafficking rules applicable to companies in the U.S. The second part, International Laws, provides an overview of human trafficking treaties and conventions, as well as supply chain due diligence laws in Europe.
The Chamber provides comments on the inclusion of adverse information in consumer reporting in cases of Human Trafficking.
The desire to dismantle systems which assist in human trafficking is shared across industries. This is how some industries making a difference.
This Hill letter was sent to Members of the House of Representatives supporting H.R. 2795, the “DHS Blue Campaign Enhancement Act.”
Counter Human Trafficking Compliance Solutions (CHTCS) is a global compliance and advisory company that provides on-site assessments, improvement plans, training, research, and supply chain transparency required for corporations to combat human trafficking, forced labor, and modern slavery.