November 13-14 Symposium in Philadelphia: Trafficking in Sex and Labor

Please circulate this flyer widely. Download the full-size PDF (95KB). Register here for the symposium.

See also:

Hunt Alternatives Fund: Demand Abolition
Demand Abolition supports the modern-day slavery movement by combating the demand for sex trafficking. By conducting and disseminating research, convening key stakeholders to share best practices, and educating policymakers, Demand Abolition catalyzes systemic social change to reflect the dignity of all people.

Polaris Project Launches

Press Release: Action Network to use RNC and Minnesota State Fair to Bring Attention to Problem of Sex Trafficking

Sweden’s Prostitution Solution: Why Hasn’t Anyone Tried This Before?

Abolishing Prostitution: The Swedish Solution – An Interview with Gunilla Ekberg by the Rain and Thunder Collective

“New York Press No Longer Marketing Arm for Prostitution/Trafficking”

“Trade – A Film Brings Sex Trafficking Home”

New York Times: “The Girls Next Door”; Worldwide Sex Trafficking; Role of Porn

Gloria Steinem at Smith: Cooperation, Not Domination
…there are more slaves in proportion to the world’s population–more people held by force or coercion without benefit from their work–more now than there were in the 1800s. Sex trafficking, labor trafficking, children and adults forced into armies: they all add up to a global human-trafficking industry that is more profitable than the arms trade, and second only to the drug trade. The big difference now from the 1800s is that the United Nations estimates that 80% of those who are enslaved are women and children…