We will increase knowledge and awareness on human trafficking, advocate for effective rights-based responses, build capacity of all involved stakeholders, and lead and foster collaboration for joint action against human trafficking.
Rights-based victim-centered response.
Pursue collaborative responses to human trafficking with agencies and stakeholders.
Respect and serve all individuals and stakeholders from all backgrounds, abilities, religions, sexual orientations, and genders.
Seek evidence-based research and education.
ACT Alberta mobilizes stakeholders to identify and respond to human trafficking by:
Working to prevent human trafficking,
Ensuring adequate protection and support for trafficked persons,
Supporting the efficient prosecution of the criminals involved, and
Partnering in effective and collaborative ways
ACT Alberta assists victims of human trafficking across the province. We have offices in Edmonton and Calgary, each concerned with building capacity to identify and respond to human trafficking.
What We Do
ACT Alberta undertakes a variety of activities around education, advocacy, agency collaboration and victim assistance. These activities include:
Coordinating services for victims of human trafficking
Managing a Victims Assistance Fund
Training and educating service providers
Engaging and educating the public
Researching and collecting data on human trafficking
Helping develop policy provincially and nationally