I had a website on the topic of human trafficking specific to Canada, but have since closed it. Here is the resource list I had for your perusal. If you have additions please leave a comment.
- National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking
- RCMP: Human Trafficking National Coordination Centre (HTNCC)
- Canadian Crime Stoppers
- Citizen and Immigration Canada
- Trafficking in Persons – Justice Department
- Canadian Women’s Foundation report on Sex Trafficking of Women and Girls in Canada
- Human trafficking – Parliament of Canada
- Canadian Council for Refugees. The Canadian Council for Refugees has launched a comprehensive Starter Toolkit on human trafficking for all those who wish to start or enhance existing outreach and awareness-raising activities. Here is an updated backgrounder on labour trafficking.
- CCR also provides this national human trafficking assessment tool.
- Sexual exploitation and trafficking of children and youth parent toolkit. -Children of the Street
- The Chrysalis Network – And Toll Free Number
- Action Coalition Against Human Trafficking (NGO)
- Protection of Sexually Abused Children Act (PSECA). Unique program in Alberta provides specialized services to help children and their families address issues of sexual exploitation, in an attempt to end their involvement in prostitution.
- The Prince Edward Island Interministerial Women’s Secretariat has developed a Human Trafficking Response Guide in partnership with the PEI Provincial Human Trafficking Committee.
- Palermo Protocol (pdf)
- UNODC tools and publications.
- The Polaris Project
- United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Global Report 2014
- International Justice Mission, Canada
- Not for Sale
- Handbook on, “How to prevent human trafficking for domestic servitude in diplomatic households and protect private domestic workers.”
*Note. This list is not comprehensive, please add your known organizations below for consideration. The purpose of this resource is to provide Canadians with primary details of major organizations addressing human trafficking specifically. Given its nature many organizations are not devoted solely to trafficking, such as sexual assault or exploitation, but will engage as need arises. These organizations are not included.