Abolish Human Trafficking (AHT) is a website dedicated to informing students and the general public about the realities of modern-day slavery. The site is organized around three objectives:

  • Research - Academic research and reports on issues related to human trafficking
  • Action - Tangible ways that individuals can become involved in stopping human trafficking
  • Theological Response - Faith-based reflection and theological discourse on the problems of and solutions to human trafficking

Standing firmly in the abolitionist traditions that saw the emancipation of African slaves in England, North and South America, and Europe, AHT seeks to rally a new generation of abolitionists who will put an end to the ongoing scourge of slavery.

The AHT site operates in conjunction with the Center for Justice & Reconciliation (CJR) at Point Loma Nazarene University. The CJR partners with the San Diego Regional Human Trafficking/CSEC Advisory Council. Much of the research and many of the organizations featured on the AHT site focus on the San Diego region.