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Resources and references to get involved and expand knowledge on combatting human trafficking
In conjunction with The A21 Campaign, whose mission is “to abolish slavery everywhere, forever,” the Stop Trafficking Now toolkit educates businesses on how to detect and stop labor trafficking in supply chains.
The U.S. Chamber, in collaboration with Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT), a nonprofit organization that educates, equips, empowers, and mobilizes members of the trucking, bus, and energy industries to combat human trafficking, produced this toolkit to train employees on the dangers posed by sex trafficking and provide best practices.
This publication focuses on how businesses are taking the initiative to recognize the warning signs of human trafficking and how to stop it. It features company profiles of Deloitte, Freedom a la Cart, Marriott International, Polished Pearl, Selah Freedom/Selah Way Foundation, and Walmart and presents strategies that businesses of all sizes can use to thwart this heinous crime.
This joint publication by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Counter Human Trafficking Compliance Solutions provides an overview of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign; contributes a case study of the health care provider PatientPoint; and highlights the U.S. Chamber’s role as the voice of industry.
This publication by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce; the Alliance for Freedom, Restoration, and Justice (AFRJ); and the staffing firm Randstad depicts how the business community is taking the initiative to uplift individuals who have been marginalized and how these entities partner with non-governmental organizations to assist trafficking survivors reintegrate into society.