To harness the power of business across sectors to prevent and reduce human trafficking, and support survivors.
Our Strategy for Impact
GBCAT mobilizes the business community to prevent and reduce human trafficking and other forms of modern slavery across company operations and supply chains. We do this through:
Convening leading companies across diverse industries and geographies to identify and share promising approaches that can be replicated;
Building capacity of companies and their suppliers to better identify, eliminate, and remediate modern slavery risks; and
Raising awareness about how companies can prevent re-exploitation and address root causes of trafficking by empowering and employing survivors and their families.
Impacts: SDGs 8 and 16
How we Work
GBCAT is a global network of leading companies, that collectively steer the activities of the initiative. GBCAT is advised by an expert panel of Councilors.
GBCAT pursues three major workstreams:
Supporting survivors of human trafficking and other forms of modern slavery through access to job skills training and employment opportunities.
Building the capabilities of small and medium-sized enterprise suppliers to prevent and address human trafficking risks where they are most prevalent.
Assisting businesses in navigating the landscape of anti-trafficking tools, trainings, and partnerships.
How Global Business Coalition Against Human Trafficking Can Help
Adding Value to Your Business and Society
Supplier Capability Building
Peer Learning and Advocacy
Influence and Advocacy
Sample of Participants
Carlson Companies, Inc.
Marriott International, Inc.
Boost Engagement LLC
Three organizations discuss their programs employing and empowering survivors of human trafficking and their efforts to create a trauma-informed workplace enabling all employees to thrive.