Tuesday February 22nd is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day.
Help support the fight against human trafficking by taking the Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) free training so that you can help to recognize and report human trafficking when you see it.
Human trafficking is the exploitation of human beings through force, fraud or coercion for the purposes of commercial sex or forced labor. There are an estimated 40 million victims of human trafficking across the globe.
Canadian drivers work diligently to deliver products and people safely to their intended destinations across North America. In the course of their everyday jobs, these drivers have the opportunity to be a hero to some of the most vulnerable people – victims of human trafficking. While the realities of human trafficking in Canada are heinous, professional drivers are uniquely positioned to disrupt this crime, simply by taking a second look and making a phone call. Partner with TAT Canada today and activate your workforce to aid in victim identification and recovery.
- Truckers Against Trafficking Website
- Truckers Against Trafficking Canada
- Realities of Human Trafficking in Canada
- Truckers Against Trafficking Training
- The 2021 TAT Annual Report