To work with civil society, law enforcement, academia, technologists, and survivors to advance and scale the use of technology to prevent, disrupt, and reduce human trafficking and increase and expand survivors’ access to resources.
Our Strategy for Impact
Tech Against Trafficking advances the promise of new and emerging technologies to help eliminate human trafficking, through:
Leveraging the technical expertise and resources of participating organizations to further the capabilities and scale of organizations that combat human trafficking;
Forging partnerships between organizations that combat human trafficking and global businesses;
Building an ecosystem of actors that will provide ongoing support for scalable technology solutions to human trafficking.
Impacts: SDGs 8, 16, 17
How We Work
Tech Against Trafficking is a coalition of technology companies collaborating with global nonprofits, academics, and relevant stakeholders to help eradicate human trafficking using technology.
The group collectively steers the priority activities of the initiative, including the:
Accelerator program to identify, share, and pilot technology tools with the potential for scale
Policy workstream to explore how companies can strategically collaborate and engage with policymakers and civil society partners on policies and regulations to address human trafficking across their value chains
Research and awareness raising on human trafficking and the potential use of technology to combat the issue at scale.
Who We Work With
London’s Global University
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime
United States Department of State (USDOS)
Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe
G S M Association
Meta and BSR hosted the second Tech Against Trafficking (TAT) Summit. Bringing together over 140 global anti-trafficking leaders, the summit focused specifically on the nexus between technology, forced labor and labor trafficking.