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An Undergraduate Library Subject Guide providing suggested resources and other information for beginning research on the topic Human Trafficking.
1402 W. Gregory Dr. Urbana, IL 61801
International Rescue Committee
Large human rights organization with emphasis on refugee assistance. Has a good wealth of information about human trafficking.
Not for Sale Campaign
One of many nonprofit organizations set up to work on-the-ground to fight human trafficking. May provide helpful insight into organization structure and different methods for combating trafficking.
United Nations Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking (no-trafficking.org)
Effort by the UN to address the problem of human trafficking across the globe, with goals of disseminating information and assisting victims.
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Links to UNDOC's information on human trafficking. Includes a database of human trafficking case law.
The CNN Freedom Project
Project at CNN to collect news and data about human trafficking, blogs and opinion pieces by experts, and opportunities for involvement in the fight to end trafficking.
Forced Labor News at the New York Times
Collection of news and reference information on slave labor at the New York Times, with easy-to-find, up-to-date news on latest cases.
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