On December 27, 2022, President Biden signed the “Countering Human Trafficking Act of 2022,” which codifies and expands DHS's CCHT.
Thank you for your interest in learning more about the Blue Campaign's upcoming events! January 2023 is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month and the Blue Campaign has several events for the general public to join! Please see the list below for Blue Campaign events that will be hosted in January.
This gender-based violence pamphlet defines what gender-based violence (GBV) is, who is affected by GBV, and how and where to seek help if you or someone you know is experiencing any form of gender-based violence. This pamphlet is available in English, Arabic, Bengali, Chinese (Traditional), French, Hindi, Portuguese, Russian, Somali, Spanish, and Urdu.
DHS covers everything from counterterrorism to the Nation's maritime and border security, protection of national leaders, and response to natural disasters.
This information sheet provides details on what human trafficking is, who are victims, what the difference between sex trafficking and forced labor is and provides a list of indicators for both sex trafficking and forced labor.
This card outlines indicators of human trafficking among a student population that campus law enforcement should be aware of. This card also provides information on how campus law enforcement can utilize a victim-centered approach to make victims feel safe and develop trust among the community.
Join Blue Campaign in raising awareness of human trafficking through social media this #WearBlueDay. The Campaign invites you to download any of the graphics below to post on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.