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Position of the Reform Movement on Human Trafficking

A 1978 Union of American Hebrew Congregation resolution details that Reform Judaism has a profound commitment to the principle of equality of opportunity for all persons. The Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism passed a resolution entitled "Human Trafficking," at its April 2000 meeting which resolves to: "Urge all governments to provide protection for the victims of trafficking, to work to prevent trafficking and to prosecute those organizations and people responsible for the trafficking industry."


Resolution on Human Trafficking (2004)

Resolution International Human Rights (2008) 

Resolution on Sweatshops and Child Labor (1997)