Please Note: For more specific detailed PDF resources, please use the blue buttons directly below. These will transfer you to specific webpages from polarisproject.org, a leader in the fight against human trafficking, where you can download applicable PDFs. For more generalized, but wider ranged information and articles, please use the links beneath the blue buttons compiled by InvisibleSlaves.org staff. Descriptions are provided to help you find what you are looking for or browse what you are interested in!
Shared Hope FAQ - This site gives basic responses to common questions about human trafficking. (also see, Human Trafficking FAQ (Polaris Project))
Human Trafficking Into and Within the United States: A Review of Literature - If you're a heavy reader, and want to learn a lot more about trafficking, or if you've found out how to use your browsers 'find' feature, this is great for information about the prevalence of human trafficking and victim needs and care. (see also, other publications)
55 Little Known Facts About Human Trafficking - This list provides a collection of random facts about human trafficking. Check it out!
State Map - This webpage, created by the Polaris Project, provides in-depth local information and resources for trafficking in your state.
A Wikipedia pages always a good place for background information and even detailed explanations, and great information... most of the time. Check out the Wiki for Sexual Slavery.
End Slavery Now - General information about sex trafficking and forced labor (with illistrations and bright colors).
Apparel Industry Trends 2012 - Not for Sale developed page that gives in depth information about the use of forced labor and forced labor mitigation techniques by popular clothing brands.
(there is additionally a page for coffee)
Hidden Slaves - This 2004 report by the University of California, Berkeley is for heavy readers only. It does contain useful information on many aspects of the Forced Labor industry as well as social and legal services available at the time for victims.
Peddling and Begging Rings - Polaris project page that examines forced labor in the form of sales crews and begging.
International Labor Organization - The webpages at ILO are hard to navigate, however, this specific page provides the numbers side of labor Trafficking.
National Institute of Justice - Information on the industries in which forced labor is most likely to be found
What is Modern Slavery - Basic definitions of debt bondage, domestic servitude, and child soldiers. (see also, Trafficking for Forced Labor (UN))
Anti-slavery.org - Provides generalized information on forced labor.
Organ Trafficking in China - This webpage explores the history and ramifications of organ trafficking practices in China.
Exploring the Gray Area in Organ Trafficking - This US News article explores the general overview of organ trafficking and mentions the documentary "Tales from the Organ Trade".
A Wikipedia pages always a good place for background information and even detailed explanations, and great information... most of the time. Check out the Wiki for Organ Trafficking.
Trafficking for Organ Trade - This UN website provides basic information on the organ trade and vulnerable categories of people.
Organ Trafficking: An International Crime Infrequently Punished - Looking for a little information on the price paid for harvested organs or the value of the industry?
This Harvard website reiterates several of the facts found in various other sources.