“Human trafficking is a crime against humanity. We must unite our efforts to free victims and stop this crime that has become ever more aggressive, that threatens not just individuals, but the foundational values of society.”

– Pope Francis

Interfaith Toolkit on Human Trafficking
Faith based resources on human trafficking from different religious perspectives (United Methodist Church)
National Slavery and Anti-Slavery Month Toolkit
Background Information and advocacy suggestions (USCCB)
Pastoral Orientations on Human Trafficking
Vatican Office of Migration-Immigration
Resources on Modern Slavery
Global view on modern slavery (AntiSlavery.org)

Organizations for Education and Advocacy

The Social Justice Resource Center
Comprehensive prayers, background material, quotes and related web sites on human trafficking and related topics
US Sisters Against Human Trafficking
A collaborative, faith-based national network that offers education, supports access to survivor services, and engages in advocacy in an effort to eradicate modern-day slavery. Includes study and action modules.
Interfaith Peace and Justice Center
IPJC Human Trafficking Resources

Resources for Teachers and Students

Saint Josephine Bakhita
Life, prayers and activities
Student Engagement Toolkit
National Human Trafficking Resource Center
Interfaith Peace and Justice Center
Interfaith Peace and Justice Center
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