Super Bowl LIII
Atlanta is proud to host its third Super Bowl in February 2019.
There is a widespread myth that the Super Bowl is a catalyst for the largest human trafficking event of the year, when in fact, human trafficking occurs daily in response to the market demand of customers who want to buy persons for labor or sexual exploitation.*
According to the Urban Institute, Atlanta has the largest underground commercial sex industry among 14 major cities. This is why our three-year strategic plan in partnership with the private, public, philanthropic, civic, multi-faith and advocacy institutions, is focused on advancing long-term, cultural change to end the Demand for human trafficking.
Thank you to The Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee
IHTI and our advocacy partners are training the 10k Atlanta Super Bowl volunteers to learn something, see something, do something to Human Traffick Proof the ATL.
IHTI is the information hub for persons who want to volunteer and support anti-human trafficking efforts in January and February. Check this page often, as we will post information as we receive it. This year, the Super Bowl Host Committee is partnering with the International Human Trafficking Institute to help bring an end to such a heinous act. Here, you will find a list of our partners and ways to get involved for the event.
It’s a Penalty
It’s a Penalty campaign is partnering with Human Traffick Proof the ATL on Sunday, January 27th from 11am-4pm. We need volunteer groups to distribute "It's A Penalty wrist bands and info cards. If interested, click on the link below.
The goals of It’s a Penalty are to: prevent abuse, exploitation & increase reporting, reduce demand for exploitation and trafficking, create awareness, and contribute to the positive legacy of the Super Bowl in Atlanta. IHTI partnered with players on metro Atlanta's sports teams to be a part of the It's A Penalty campaign above.