The Human Trafficking Legal Center (HT Legal Center) uses a rights-based approach to fight for justice for trafficking victims. HT Legal Center trains pro bono attorneys to represent trafficking victims in the United States. It makes referrals on case-by-case basis, providing mentoring and extensive technical assistance for complex civil, immigration and criminal cases. HT Legal Center attorneys monitor the developing case law, focusing on impact litigation in the federal courts. The Center also conducts research and maintains a comprehensive database on federal civil and criminal trafficking cases.
Address: 1030 15th St. NW, Suite 104B, Washington, DC 20005, United States of America
Tel: +1 202 854 9851
Focus on Labour Exploitation (FLEX) works towards a world in which there is no human trafficking for labour exploitation. In so doing FLEX seeks to prevent labour abuses, protect the rights of trafficked persons and promote best practice responses to human trafficking for labour exploitation by undertaking research, knowledge building and evidence-based advocacy.
Through this work FLEX:
- Builds understanding of how best to prevent and identify cases of trafficking for labour exploitation;
- Increases focus on labour rights and labour standards in anti-trafficking policy and practice; and
- Enhances understanding of legal rights and obligations relating to trafficking for labour exploitation.
FLEX is a registered charity based in London, UK
The Foundry, 17 Oval Way, SE11 5RR London, The United Kingdom
Tel: +44 20 3752 5516
Ovibashi Karmi Unnayan Program (OKUP) is a community-based migrants rights organisation that operates on the principles of human rights and gender justice, substantive equality and non-discrimination.
OKUP has sound capacity and expertise in the area of migrants rights, health, and social and economic reintegration. OKUP advocates for the human rights of all migrant workers across the borders including the rights of movement, rights of employment, rights of dignity, and the rights of health. The fundamental guiding principle of OKUP is the centrality of migrant workers in the migration discourse at all levels through unity, capacity enhancement, and leadership development.
Adress: 542 Mridha Plaza, South Dania, Dhaka-1236, Bangladesh
Tell: +880 2 7553737
Fax: +880 2 7553737
Pro-tukipiste (Pro Support Centre) provides low-threshold social and health services and legal counselling in Helsinki and Tampere for current and former workers in the sex or erotic services industry and for victims of trafficking in human beings. The aim is to support service users to improve their well-being and quality of life, in accordance with their needs. The two service centres offer social and healthcare services, which support peoples’ health and well-being and promote self-motivation in getting through life. Through online and field outreach work, the organisation strives to reach groups that are difficult to reach otherwise.
Pro-tukipiste provides services in Finnish, English, Russian, Estonian and Thai to people who:
- work in the sex or erotic industry
- are leaving sex work or are attempting to
- have left sex work but would like to discuss issues concerning their history
- would like to begin sex work and want to discuss this with a third party.
Pro-tukipiste also assists persons identified as victims of trafficking.
The services are free of charge and anonymous and available to men, women and transgender individuals from Finland and abroad.
Administrative office, Pro-tukipiste Helsinki
Urho Kekkosen katu 4-6 A, 5th floor, 00100 Helsinki, Finland
Tel: +358 9 2512 730