Network Against Human Trafficking (NAHT)

Academic - Human Sciences, Political & Activism, Service & Volunteerism


We are the ISU campus chapter of the Iowa Network Against Human Trafficking. The Iowa NAHT is a statewide volunteer organization devoted to ending human trafficking in all its forms. Human trafficking is: A crime against the most basic human rights, affecting women, children, and men. It is the result of complex issues involving social, economic, health, political and legal factors. We as an organization seek to bring awareness to campus and help students recognize the signs of human trafficking. We support local and statewide efforts to eradicate modern-day slavery.


This organization has no affiliations.

Constitution / Tier

File 1393953467.pdf
Tier Student Organization - Registered

Membership Information

Student Members 33
ISU Members 3
Non-ISU Members 0
Allowed Members Unlimited
Allowed Officers President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, PR
Membership Qualifications Committed? Reliable? Caring? If so, come aboard.
Membership Restrictions Must be a student at ISU
Elections/Selection Each spring semester.
Meetings Every other Thursday at 7:30pm in 331 Carver

Description of Regular Meetings/Activities

Regular meetings are times to disseminate information, discuss current developments in human trafficking and related topics, and to plan special events.

Description of Special Events

There will be events throughout the school year, such as documentary showings, visiting speakers, fundraising activities, and the general promotion of the cause.