Break The Chain Campaign seeks to prevent and address the abuse and exploitation of migrant women workers through holistic direct services, leadership training, community engagement and survivor-driven outreach and training.
Provides legal, moral, economic and other support for hundreds of these migrant domestic workers, from dozens of countries.
Raise awareness of the problem of exploitation of domestic workers in the World Bank and other agencies, and was a key advocate for new policies in these agencies.
Leader in the Freedom Network – a national network of anti-trafficking organizations, which greatly contributed to the creation of current legislation protecting the rights of victims of human trafficking, the Trafficking Victims Protection Act and its reauthorization in 2008. Also a key partner with the National Domestic Workers Alliance, bringing the domestic worker rights lens to trafficking work, and vice versa.
Improve the information: Currently, we focus on research, writing, policy advocacy, and training, all based on our 14 years of direct service experience and our commitment to a rights-based approach.
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Educate yourself, read articles, exposes, NGO and government reports and share your knowledge with friends and family about the issues affecting migrant women workers.
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Donate to our advocacy work or directly to local rights-based direct service organizations.
Speak Up! To report suspected human trafficking or find information about nationwide crisis/emergency services for survivors of human trafficking, please call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-3737-888