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About the month

January is also known as Human Trafficking Awareness Month. It is a key time for us all as individuals to educate ourselves about human trafficking and crucially to learn to spot the signs of trafficking. It is also a time for us take these messages to our workplaces, our churches, our schools, our representatives and everywhere else.

At Hope for Justice, we investigate cases of human trafficking and work closely with law enforcement to rescue victims and ensure evidence is gathered against perpetrators to see them brought to justice. Our team of investigators is drawn from some of the most respected and prestigious law enforcement agencies in the country, such as the FBI and NCIS.

National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, January 2024, culminates in the annual observation of National Freedom Day on February 1, 2024.

What can you do?

Become part of a community of amazing volunteers, make a life-changing donation, learn about the issue, or download resources. Awareness leads to action!

What’s modern about modern slavery? And how do we prevent this rapidly evolving crisis?

Join us live on Tuesday, January 30th at 12pm Central / 1pm Eastern / 6pm UK time to hear fascinating insights from Hope for Justice’s United States Program Director, Sarah Butler, and our Team Leader for Investigations and former FBI agent, Dr. Richard Schoeberl.

Have your questions at the ready and register for free at the link below.

Feb 27

Launch of ‘Tennessee Businesses Against Trafficking’ arrow
Businesses Tennessee

Feb 14

Trafficking Victims Prevention & Protection Reauthorization Act passes House arrow
Legislation TVPA

Feb 7

Hostility for Survivors, Impunity for Traffickers: How the hostile environment enables modern slavery arrow
UK UK Government

Jan 30

Hope for Justice endorses the Trafficking Survivors Relief Act arrow
young girl