Anti-Human Trafficking


NAPAWF’s anti-human trafficking program focuses on how human trafficking impacts API women and girls in the United States. Our progressive anti-trafficking project brings together policy advocacy and grassroots organizing to address all forms of forced labor, including domestic servitude, sweatshop labor, servile marriages and forced sex work.

NAPAWF’s anti-human trafficking program also incorporates issues of race, class and gender to broaden the discussion and to promote strategies that more comprehensively address human trafficking.

» Read Rights to Survival & Mobility: An Anti-Trafficking Activist’s Agenda, our report highlighting the disproportionate impact of human trafficking on Asian and Pacific Islander women and girls.

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