Human Trafficking Toolkit Resources

This section highlights key resources for addressing human trafficking.

Key Resources

Websites and Other Online Resources

This section highlights web links mentioned in the Communities Taking Action Toolkit.

Websites for Getting Informed

Websites for Getting Organized

Engaging Youth

  • YouthScape - A Canada-wide initiative to engage youth in social change.
  • Centre of Excellence for Youth Engagement - CEYE brings together the expertise of youth, youth service providers, academic researchers and policy makers to identify, build, and implement models of effective practice for meaningfully engaging youth—and to document the results.
  • Children of the Street Society - A provincial society and federal charity dedicated to preventing the sexual exploitation and human trafficking of children and youth in British Columbia.
  • YACLink (McCreary Centre Society) - The McCreary Centre Society is a non-government not-for-profit committed to improving the health of BC youth through research, education, and community-based projects.

Working with Aboriginal Community

Engaging Business

Engaging Boys and Men

Taking Action as an Individual

Take Action as an Individual Consumer

Engaging Newcomers and Temporary Foreign Workers

Human Trafficking in Canada, People’s Law School (2014). Booklet available in different languages:

Interpretation Services (PDF) from the OCTIP course


Do you have another resource for taking action against human trafficking? Suggest it to OCTIP