National Human Trafficking Awareness Day 2017
In 2007, the United States officially designated Jan. 11 as Human Trafficking Awareness Day.
Human trafficking includes forced, bonded and child labor, domestic servitude, sex trafficking and forced marriage. It is the third largest criminal enterprise in the world, following drug smuggling and arms dealing. An estimated 55 percent of trafficking victims are women and girls.
This Human Trafficking Awareness Day, join the fight to rid the world of existing trafficking networks, and working to build economies and new social norms that both prevent human exploitation, and label it as inexcusable.
Support this cause through our Human Trafficking High Impact Fund. Learn more about this issue at endslaverynow.org.