GAATW Canada provides a national voice and labour rights approach to anti-trafficking policy and practice through research, advocacy, and public education.

GAATW Canada

About Us

The Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) Canada was established in 1996 in Victoria, British Columbia.

Since 1996, GAATW Canada has addressed trafficking issues and networked with women’s, 2SLGBTQAI+, sex work, and labour organizations locally and globally.

GAATW Canada is a member organization of GAATW, an alliance of over 105 non-governmental organizations worldwide, which include women’s  rights, human rights, migrant rights, and anti-trafficking organizations, as well as self-organized groups of migrant workers, domestic workers, sex workers, and survivors of human trafficking. GAATW’s International Secretariat is located in Bangkok, Thailand.

Our Values




We envision a world where everyone has access to their full human and labour rights.

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What We Do

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How We Do It

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We welcome media inquiries and public collaboration; get in touch with GAATW Canada here.