“Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favorable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment.”
~ Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), 1948
Take Action on Workers' Rights
Find out how to get involved and connect with one of the many organizations seeking to fulfill the rights of workers in the United States.
Lesson Plan: Understanding Modern-Day Slavery
This lesson introduces students to modern-day forms of slavery and human trafficking in the United States.
Rights Sites News: Human Trafficking and Modern-day Slavery
Winter 2015 edition of The Advocates' human rights education newsletter dedicated to helping teachers raise awareness about human trafficking in their classroom, prevent their students from becoming victims themselves, and ultimately empower students to eradicate slavery during their lifetimes.
Rights Sites News: The Rights of Workers
Summer 2010 edition of The Advocates' human rights education newsletter featuring lessons, ideas, and resources for teaching about workers’ rights in order to promote and advance the rights of all workers.