People who work outside of their home country are especially susceptible to human rights violations. They are often forced to work in unsafe, unsanitary environments and face abuses that go largely unseen and unreported. Many come to the U.S. as legal residents, but have their papers taken from them until they expire. Traffickers then use threats of deportation to prevent their escape. Find local resources to support these underrepresented employees.
If you witness or suspect migrant working or another form of human trafficking, please report your concerns to local law enforcement right away.
To report local cases of human trafficking, contact law enforcement near you:
Statistics, news and resources collected by the International Labor Organization.
Resources to support service providers and law enforcement as they help to combat human trafficking.
Overview, statistics and resources from the National Human Trafficking Hotline.
Learn the basics about human trafficking, find referral sources and download helpful education guides.
Resources, legislation and information to help end human trafficking and support victims as they reclaim their freedom.
Supporting the rights of young people who have been affected by child labor, sexual exploitation or another form of human trafficking.