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Support Anti-slavery Organizations

These organizations are working to end slavery all over the world. Use this resource to learn about the different organizations and find volunteer and support opportunities.


The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women-International (CATW) is a non-governmental organization that promotes women’s human rights by working internationally to combat sexual exploitation in all its forms. Founded in 1988, CATW was the first international non-governmental organization to focus on human trafficking, especially sex trafficking of women and girls. CATW obtained Category II Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council in 1989.

Contact:   |   212 643 9896

Center to Restore Trafficked and Exploited Children

The Center to Restore Trafficked and Exploited Children is an movement that seeks to empower individuals and other organizations with the tools and information necessary to help put an end to the trafficking of American children.

Contact:   |   319-892-0230

Chab Dai

Chab Dai strives to work with the sexually exploited in Cambodia, the U.S. and Canada, by educating and raising awareness, creating partnerships and coalition and support for victims.

Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation

The Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation is working towards the elimination of sex trafficking.  


EPCAT International

EPACT is an NGO aimed at ending child prostitution, child pornography, and the trafficking of children for sexual purposes. EPCAT explores successful models for the prevention of human trafficking. They then share these models and experiences with others.  EPACT hopes to provide advice to countries and groups that aim to combat human trafficking. EPCAT not only helps countries and other organizations, but they also offer trainings to caregivers in order to help them better care for victims.EPCAT also focusses on helping to train police so that they are prepared to face the evils of trafficking.   EPCAT also encourages young adults to participate in the fight against human trafficking.  Young adults involved with EPCAT are well equipped to seek solutions to the problems and provide support to the victims. 

Contact:   |   662- 215 -3388