The United Nations has designated July 30 as the World Day against Trafficking in Persons.
Here are my choices for The Best Resources For Learning About Human Trafficking (and are accessible to English Language Learners):
Is there still slavery ? is from the CBBC Newsround.
Here are three videos:
The CNN Freedom Project: Ending Modern Day Slavery” is an excellent multimedia resource on human trafficking.
Global Record on Fighting Slavery is a useful color-coded map from CNN.
How Many Slaves Work For You? is an interactive that helps you determine how many slaves were involved in the products you use.
What Is Modern Slavery? Investigating Human Trafficking is from The New York Times Learning Network.
A tipping point in the fight against slavery? is from The BBC.
“How Many Slaves Work for You?” is from The NY Times.
Global Slavery, By the Numbers is from The New York Times.
The “No” Project is an organization of young people organizing against human trafficking.
There are Sex Slaves All Over the U.S. Right Now is from TIME.
Walk Free has a number of resources about human slavery.
Teaching slavery: tips for tackling the issues in the classroom is from The Guardian.
Teaching The “S” Word: Modern Slavery Resources is from The ASIDE blog.
Which countries have the worst record for human trafficking? – interactive is from The Guardian.
Map: which countries are the worst for human trafficking? is from The Guardian.
Where the World’s Slaves Live is from The Atlantic.
Almost 46 Million People Live in ‘Modern Slavery’ is from Voice of America.
Is slavery a thing of the past is an ELL lesson from The British Council.
How to watch for the signs of human trafficking: https://t.co/kEiMuKac0t
— Andie Judson (@andiejudsonnews) February 7, 2017
modern-day slavery in focus is a Guardian series.
Europe & Human Trafficking is an interactive.
Feedback is always welcome.
The NO Project has related lesson plans.
Nearly 40 Million People Are Still Enslaved Worldwide is from The NY Times.
The Human Slavery Map is from Google Maps Mania.
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