The Exodus Road

by MDRT Foundation

Human trafficking happens around the globe. Many citizens don’t understand the realities of it and may not know what to do if they suspect it’s happening in their own communities. Join the MDRT Foundation and charity partner The Exodus Road to change that.


On Monday, June 25, at 12:30 p.m., The Exodus Road CEO, Matt Parker, will be leading an innovative training course on Main Platform that will equip individuals to counter trafficking in their own neighborhoods. Foundation Forum will be simultaneously translated into the official languages of the 2018 MDRT Annual Meeting.

By participating in Foundation Forum: Operation TraffickWatch, you will learn to:

  • Pull human trafficking statistics for your community
  • Spot the signs of human trafficking
  • Report suspicious activity

Operation TraffickWatch is the first step everyone can take to stop human trafficking.

To register for the Foundation Forum please revisit the 2018 MDRT Annual Meeting registration site, login and click on ‘Add Sessions and Events’.  Click ‘next’ until you see ‘Foundation Forum: TraffickWatch

908 survivors rescued. 386 offenders arrested. 63 active operatives. 6 countries of operation.


Since 2012, The Exodus Road has participated in empowering people to fight human trafficking in their own communities. They work hand-in-hand with local police to free trafficking victims and arrest offenders. With the aid of cutting-edge cyber technology, The Exodus Road is able to impact larger organizations of criminal activity.

The Exodus Road began when Matt Parker and his wife, Laura, moved to Southeast Asia with their family in April 2010. While there, they were exposed to groups of people who were most at risk to be victims of human trafficking. After investigating hundreds of cases, Matt and Laura began The Exodus Road in January 2012 with the belief that justice is in the hands of ordinary people.