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Minnesota

The Family Partnership

Offering counseling, education, and advocacy to support children, families, and communities in need.

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University of Minnesota – Robert J. Jones Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center

Tackling the problems related to sex trading and sex trafficking through collaborative research designed to impact practice and spur action.

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Ain Dah Yung Center

Providing a healing place for American Indian youth and families to thrive in safety and wholeness.

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Brittany’s place

Providing a safe and supportive environment that empowers girls and young women to achieve their goals and lead healthy lives.

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Breaking Free

Helping women escape systems of prostitution and sexual exploitation through direct services.

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The Link

Providing safe and stable housing and offering supportive services for positive youth development.

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Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center

Empowering American Indian women and families while advocating for justice and equity.

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Source MN

Supporting poor or homeless youth and victims of sex trafficking

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Khadra Project

Supporting women and girls from the East-African communities of MN who are victims of trafficking

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Mission21

Providing resources and restoration services to victims of trafficking

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Avenues for Homeless Youth

Providing resources and support for youths between the ages of 16 and 24 to navigate away from homelessness

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Women’s Foundation of Minnesota

Investing in innovation to drive gender equity in Minnesota

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United States

North Dakota Human Trafficking Task Force

Working with law enforcement and service providers to build capacity and combat trafficking statewide.

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YouthWorks

Helping homeless, runaway, trafficked, and struggling youth in North Dakota.

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Shift

Educating and empowering the prevention of child-sex-trafficking through an annual conference, events, video courses, and training

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Blue Campaign

Educating the public about indicators of human trafficking and how to appropriately respond

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FBI

Investigating violent crimes against children through efforts such as the Innocence Lost National Initiative that rescues victims of trafficking

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Carlson Family Foundation

Supporting the education of at-risk youth

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Iowa Network Against Human Trafficking and Slavery

Building coalitions, raising awareness, promoting education, advocating for effective interventions and legislations to end trafficking

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Artworks for Freedom

Harnessing the power of art to raise awareness and educate against slavery and human trafficking

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Truckers Against Trafficking

Training truckers to identify and report cases of human trafficking

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World

Cyprus Refugee Council

Safeguarding, supporting and advocating for the rights of vulnerable groups in Cyprus.

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Hope be Restored

Using prayer in the fight against sex trafficking in Korea and internationally

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Airline Ambassadors

Providing trainings on human trafficking awareness at airports and other locations to advocate for child protection

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Shared Hope International

Using a three-pronged approach – prevent, restore, and bring justice – to end trafficking

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IJM

Combatting trafficking internationally by rescuing victims and strengthening justice systems

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The CNN Freedom Project

Spearheading a media campaign aimed at ending modern day slavery

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Polaris Project

Helping survivors restore their freedom, preventing more victims, and leveraging data and technology to pursue traffickers

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Rock Against Trafficking

Influencing the entertainment industry to build a global awareness of trafficking

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No Te Engañes

Campaigning led by US Customs and Border Protection to warn about the dangers of human trafficking among migrants

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