Toolkit for Youth Who Want to Combat Trafficking

Young people outdoors looking at a smartphone.

Young people can help end human trafficking. The National Human Trafficking Resource Center, run by the Polaris Project, offers a student engagement toolkit that guides youth through the creation of an anti-trafficking campaign. Aimed at college student leaders, the resource is also suitable for high-school students and youth in community-based programs.

Youth will learn how to start an anti-trafficking campaign by hosting events and sharing resources and materials. The toolkit includes myths and misconceptions about trafficking, ways to promote the anti-trafficking hotline, steps for creating a campus organization and social media tips.

Get the toolkit.

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