Task Force to Eradicate Human Trafficking
Human trafficking is a global scourge that touches all aspects of an economy. However, businesses have proved to be an invaluable resource in efforts to stop human trafficking.
Composed of Chamber member companies, the mission of the task force is to educate stakeholders, lawmakers, senior government officials, and the public about best practices in supply chain management and identify strategies to combat human trafficking.
Companies with global operations and business partners develop detailed and effective programs to address human trafficking. The task force convenes meetings where stakeholders discuss their initiatives and partnerships with non-governmental organizations.
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- Anti-Human Trafficking Legislation TrackerFind the status of legislation making its way through Congress.
- Five ways to detect and eliminate human traffickingFive ways that companies detect and eliminate human trafficking in their operations, in the operations of their business partners, and in their supply chains.
- How Businesses Can Empower Survivors ToolkitThis joint toolkit with AFRJ Freedom Council and Randstad focuses on the business community’s role in providing meaningful support to trafficking survivors.
Traffik Analysis Hub’s CEO discusses using data and technology in the fight against human trafficking and offers solutions to protect vulnerable communities.
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Freedom a la Cart, a social enterprise, brings hope to survivors of human trafficking so that they can build new lives of freedom and self-sufficiency. The company believes that giving women practical job skills and helping them develop a strong work ethic are critical for creating a pathway to freedom.
This Hill letter was sent to the House Committee on the Judiciary, supporting H.R. 2438, the “Not Invisible Act of 2019.”
Dear Chairman Nadler and Ranking Member Collins : The U.S. Chamber of Co mmerce supports H.R. 2438 , the “Not Invisible Act of 2019,”which the Committee is expected to mark up on February 26 . This bill would enhance the abilityof tribal communities and t he federal government to combat human trafficking of NativeAmericans and Alaska Natives.
Selah Freedom and the Selah Way Foundation is working with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on putting an end to human trafficking.
The Truckers Against Trafficking Business Engagement Toolkit is a resource that businesses can draw on the following best practices to identify signs of human trafficking and put steps in place to stop it.
The event featured top experts from government, the private sector, and social services who will discuss techniques to empower survivors and provide resources for healing. Participants also discussed the use of technology to identify trafficking victims.
This Hill letter was sent to the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, supporting S. 982, the "Not Invisible Act of 2019."
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and A21 put together a toolkit that businesses can draw on the following best practices to identify signs of human trafficking and put steps in place to stop it
In an interconnected world, human trafficking is a global problem that touches many industries and business relationships. Traffickers rely on the transportation and hospitality sectors for moving and controlling victims and delivering them for commercial sex or forced labor, giving these sectors a critical role as the first line of defense.
Marriott International is committed to make 750,000+ hotel workers and 6,900 properties a part of the fight to combat modern slavery.