The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) reports that one in five of the 11,800 runaways reported in 2015 were likely sex trafficking victims. Seventy-four percent of these likely sex trafficking victims were in the care of social services or foster care when they went missing.
Source: The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

What is Make Human Trafficking History?

Make Human Trafficking History is an invitation to take action. As individuals, even our tiniest efforts can be powerful and profound. As a collective, we can change the world. Consider a trafficking victim could be your dearest parent, sibling, child or friend. It’s a reminder rescuing just one person from this heinous practice is a pressing, worthwhile endeavor. Join the movement to identify vulnerabilities, prevent victimization and aid in the recovery of those affected. Make human trafficking history.

Our Mission

The mission of the Make Human Trafficking History Initiative is to build a broad awareness of issues related to sex and labor trafficking and be an impetus for stamping out modern-day slavery.

Human Smuggling vs. Human Trafficking

Identify Those At Risk

Sex Trafficking

Vulnerable Groups

What is Labor Trafficking?

What Should I Do If I Suspect Trafficking is Taking Place?

Who are Human Traffickers?