What is Shiva Foundation?

A bold new movement to end human trafficking and slavery; a movement about collaboration not competition, engagement not blame and systemic change across institutions.
We believe that if stakeholders are equipped with the wider collective knowledge, they will be more effective, impactful and strategic in their work, transforming the response to human trafficking dramatically.

Collective Impact

We believe that if stakeholders are equipped with the wider collective knowledge, they will be more effective, impactful and strategic in their work, transforming the response to human trafficking dramatically.

If we can harness the power and enthusiasm of all sections of society, from businesses to schools, we can create an anti-trafficking ecosystem that is stronger than that used by traffickers.

Engaging Others

If we can harness the power and enthusiasm of all sections of society, from businesses to schools, we can create an anti-trafficking ecosystem that is stronger than that used by traffickers.

We know that institutional changes are a prerequisite to facilitating long-term change and that effective partnerships are the way to start making that shift.

Systemic Change

We know that institutional changes are a prerequisite to facilitating long-term change and that effective partnerships are the way to start making that shift.

Help us change the way the world tackles human trafficking

Partner

Join a community of individuals, corporations, and foundations who are helping us challenge the status quo through collaborative projects, knowledge sharing and innovative ideas.

Volunteer

Want to help change the world? You’re not alone. Contact us to find out more about how to become a Youth Ambassador or Community Changemaker. The world needs you to lead.

Career

We are always seeking passionate and skilled individuals to join us. Find out more about our job openings.

Events

Check out our events calendar to see if you’re eligible to attend one of our seminars, breakfast clubs or events.

Check out our events calendar

Approximately 36 million people are trafficked or live in a state of modern slavery in the world today

Labour exploitation

Men, women and children are forced to work against their will under threat of violence or some other penalty in factories, farms, private businesses and more.

Sexual exploitation

An estimated 4.5 million women, children and men are exploited for sex globally, enslaved by force or deception.

Domestic servitude

Individuals are forced to work in private homes without adequate compensation or living conditions, often being abused by their “employers”.

Our Partners

iPartner India
Hilton Foundation
Unseen
City Philanthropy
Human Trafficking Foundation
India
SOLD The Movie
TYP
Freedom Collaborative
Voice of Freedom