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Labor Trafficking Resource Guide

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Date Published
October 2020
4 pages

This brief document lists a variety of resources in several different formats, in order to provide a foundational knowledge on labor trafficking for victims’ service providers.


This document provides a listing, with commentary, on various available resources that are designed to help organizations and tribes understand, identify, and serve survivors of labor trafficking. The resources listed are intended to form a starting point for service providers who are seeking to understand what labor trafficking is, what identifiers for labor trafficking include, and what services may be helpful for survivors of labor trafficking. Resources include: online trainings and webinars, which are easily accessible ways to build a foundational understanding of labor trafficking; publications, which provide statistics, challenges, and recommendations; case studies and news reports, to help examine real-life scenarios and provide information for a stronger understanding of related issues; technical assistance providers, which offer support for organizations seeking to take concrete steps toward becoming more trauma-responsive in their services provided; and additional resources, including contact information for the Office for Victims of Crime – Human Trafficking Capacity Building Center.

Date Published: October 1, 2020