Office To Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons

Action To End Modern-Day Slavery

The 2010 Trafficking in Persons Report on 177 nations is the most comprehensive worldwide report on the efforts of governments to combat severe forms of trafficking in persons. Its findings will raise global awareness and spur countries to take effective actions to counter trafficking in persons.

The annual Trafficking in Persons Report serves as the primary diplomatic tool through which the U.S. Government encourages partnership and increased determination in the fight against forced labor, sexual exploitation, and modern-day slavery.



Clicking on the State Department Seal brings you to a larger interactive map, with more information about the tier placements of each country ranked in the 2010 Trafficking in Persons Report.

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The Office To Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (G/TIP), led by Ambassador-at-Large Luis CdeBaca, provides the tools to combat trafficking in persons and assists in the coordination of anti-trafficking efforts both worldwide and domestically.

Photo Gallery

A 9-year-old girl trafficked from Bihar, India, makes bricks under the hot sun. Kay Chernush for the U.S. State Department. Burmese laborers work in the commercial fishing industry in Thailand. Kay Chernush for the U.S. State Department. Carpet weavers work at a loom. Kay Chernush for the U.S. State Department. A child sells flowers on the street. Kay Chernush for the U.S. State Department.

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