The testimonies of those who have survived human trafficking and sexual and labor exploitation are the driving force behind everything we do at World Without Exploitation. We invite survivors to share your testimony with us.
Every day in America tens of thousands of people are trafficked and sexually exploited. Millions more are bought, sold, and exploited worldwide. After decades of extraordinary political, economic, and social progress, why are so many people still being purchased like products? World Without Exploitation was created to confront that question. Our movement was born of a series of conversations among exploitation and trafficking survivors, human rights and gender justice advocates, artists, activists, and direct service providers. We’re united in the belief that we won’t end exploitation until we confront its root causes. We know that an injustice that goes unseen is an injustice that goes unchallenged. And challenging a world in which human beings are being trafficked and exploited is what World Without Exploitation is all about. World Without Exploitation is a fiscally-sponsored project of the Tides Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
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World Without Exploitation is a fiscally-sponsored project of the Tides Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Survivor stories © The Voices and Faces Project Survivor photography: Lynn Savarese, Photographer and Co-Founder, New Abolitionists
Additional photography © Patricia Evans, The Voices and Faces Project • Natalie Naccache, Art Works for Change