Definition of Human Trafficking
The United Nations defines human trafficking as the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring, or receipt of persons by improper means (such as force, abduction, fraud, or coercion) for an improper purpose, including forced labor or sexual exploitation.
There are more people trapped in slavery than ever before in human history. Over 40 million children, women, and men are beaten, raped, and starved in an industry worth US$150 billion globally.
The Movement Collective CIC is a global organization that protects the most vulnerable from Modern-day slavery. Movement Collective CIC plans to work with the State and federal governments, through our partners, on two forms of human trafficking—Forced labor and sex trafficking. We will work alongside government officials and civil society organizations, and people like YOU to rescue and rehabilitate victims and prosecute offenders.
HOW WE WORK
We hope to be working all around the world to free people from Modern-day Slavery.
Forced Labour Slavery
Forced labor slavery uses deception, threats, or violence to coerce someone to work for little to no pay.
The nightmare of sex trafficking thrives when law enforcement cannot protect vulnerable children and women.
Sexual Violence against Children
Sexual violence is a truly global epidemic that leaves millions around the world terrified in their homes, schools, and neighborhoods.
We won’t stop there. We want to protect the poor, and to help restore the victims of violence.
Every day, countless people are sold into slavery as slave owners make a profit off their misery. We have the vision to eliminate the slave trade everywhere. Help survivors of slavery today. You will not only rescue slaves—you will also walk with them until they are fully restored.