Religious organizations are effective partners in the fight to eradicate modern slavery.
Trafficking must be fought with both global and local tools. Faith-based organizations have a long history of working with the poor, immigrants and exploited. They have a deep understanding of the reality of this exploitation in their respective countries.
Large global organizations are not always able to gather information quickly at the local level, and therefore are not able to anticipate certain criminal activities. In contrast, many faith-based organizations are able to provide expertise at both the global and local levels.