Slavery and sexual violence have been a reality for too many and for too long. It is time to "Consider it, take counsel, and speak out."
After testifying against traffickers, a local United Methodist Women member’s granddaughter left home to meet a friend and never returned.
Help intercept the traffickers at this year's Super Bowl, on February 3, 2013, in New Orleans.
Human trafficking is the world's second largest criminal industry. If we all focus on ourselves as "traffickers" we can act to end modern-day slavery.
Human Trafficking News and Resources
Download this PDF resource and join United Methodist Women in the global movement to end the complex web of sexual slavery, prostitution and labor bondage.
Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery, and is the second largest criminal industry in the world after drug trade. Traffickers force vulnerable persons into contract slavery, forced labor and sexual trafficking.
Read the words of trafficked women and try to imagine what that journey must be like.
Download PDF (2pp, 68K).