Measuring our impact as we prevent the hidden crime of human trafficking
Our mission is to undermine the business of trafficking and improve the safety and choice of those targeted. We measure our results by analysing our impact: the people reached, the awareness raised, the resilience built, and the behaviour changed. Take a look at how we do it and find out some of our greatest achievements so far and read our 2019-20 Impact Report here:
We deliver awareness-raising campaigns, targeted to the people who need them most, in numerous languages and across continents.
With these campaigns, we aim to tackle recruitment, as the global crime of human trafficking recruits ≃ 8 million people annually.
Traffickers are making in excess of $240 billion in profit per year.
We reduce the demand by our engagement with business to eradicate exploitation from their supply chains. We offer bespoke solutions that enable businesses to assess and manage the risk of modern slavery – thus protecting both their direct employees and throughout the supply chain.
We disrupt the ability for money to flow by delivering critical information to financial institutions to enable them to identify and tackle trafficking activity. We partner with them to address the risk of modern slavery in their operations, supply chains, and customers, highlighting the unique position banks are in to disrupt human trafficking.
We asked independent evaluators to look at our model to help us show how we are disrupting trafficking.
They show how effective our model is, in a substantial level of detail, and determine with conviction how our interventions disrupt the business of human trafficking.
Explore our impact and take a look at recent case studies and campaign evaluation reports below.
Harnessing the power of social media: digital disruption of human trafficking in Lithuanian communities
A visual report by Humankind Research showing everything we’ve learned from delivering social media campaigns to the Lithuanian community in Lithuania and the UK. This report is presented in both English and Lithuanian languages.