World Wide Web Resources on Forced Labor
Anti-Slavery International (www.antislavery.org): This organization has been working since 1839 to end slavery around the world. It offers a host of reports compiled by its staff.
Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (www.castla.org): This organization focuses on the issue of trafficking within the United States. It offers training on trafficking issues as well as providing services to victims of trafficking.
ECPAT (End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes) (www.ecpat.net): One of the best-known international organizations, this is a coalition of agencies working to end commercial sexual exploitation of children.
Forced Migration Online (www.forcedmigration.org): The site offers a variety of electronic resources on topics relating to forced migration.
Free The Slaves (www.freetheslaves.net): An agency in Washington, DC working to end global slavery.
Global Alliance Against Trafficking in Women (www.gaatw.org): An international coalition working to end trafficking in women. Their Web site offers a variety of high-quality resources.
International Labour Office (www.ilo.org): The agency of the United Nations that works to address issues involving workers’ rights. An excellent site for resource material.
Polaris Project (www.polarisproject.org): This organization focuses on the issue of trafficking within the United States. It advocates on issues related to trafficking as well as providing services to victims of trafficking.
Save The Children (www.savethechildren.net): The International Alliance of Save the Children offers many high-quality reports and resources on any issue relating to children.
Transfair USA (www.transfairusa.org): This site offers information about fair trade products and ethical shopping.
Volunteers for Social Justice (www.vsj-ddva.org/index.html): This agency in India is working to end bonded labor.