Youth and adults should learn the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, so they know their rights everywhere. If more people knew their rights - and knew others rights - maybe they would be able to stand up for their rights better and they might not fall prey to labor trafficking. It's not the total solution, but if people know their rights, it can make a big difference.
The federal government can send Seal team 6 into Africa to save a few hostages. So, the police should save the people being human trafficked on the streets of America. It's estimated 300,000 underage children are... more »
To grow the response to this survey of ideas to combat labor trafficking, protect a second round during January's annual focus on Human Trafficking!
Don't limit your focus to faith-based organizations. Some of the organizations most connected to those at high risk of abuse and exploitation in the workplace are community-based but not faith-based organizations. Do not ignore cultural communities, LGBTQ organizations, immigrant support networks, and other grassroots organizations.
First off change employment law so that so that if you quit or get fired the employee... more »
Train DOL field personnel in OSHA, WHD, and other departments to identify and... more »
How about really following up and contacting folks that actually have a case and then enforce.
Finding good people that currently are in the countries that are exploited. The good people there have ideas, but are not able to implement. My uncle was a diplomat & wrote a book on the great resources in his country (Cote d'Ivoire) but that they (all people in whole process) are exploited & sold out to France. They are still treated like a colony.