Full list of nominees:
For their work demanding better protections for migrant domestic workers in Lebanon against forced labor and exploitation.
For their work carrying out research and gathering data on the realities of modern slavery in the U.K.
For their work campaigning for sex workers’ rights so they may be better protected from exploitation, violence and trafficking.
For their work amplifying the voices of refugees in Libya and mobilizing for their protection and freedom from arbitrary detention, forced labor and abuse.
For their work advocating for the rights of migrant workers in the Gulf.
For their work supporting people who have survived modern slavery to recover and move forward, and in empowering more people to become survivor advocates in the anti-trafficking movement.
For their work in local communities building resilience to trafficking and re-trafficking through skills development and awareness-raising.
For their work empowering modern slavery survivors to become leaders in the anti-modern slavery movement.
For their work fostering connections between trafficking survivors in the U.S. to build a national anti-trafficking movement in which survivors are at the forefront and recognized as leaders.
For their work advocating for human and civil rights for incarcerated persons, including abolishing prison slavery in the U.S.