Anyone can be a part of combating sex trafficking but sometimes it’s hard to know where to begin. To help you get started we’ve created this Action bank which contains a wide range of actions you can do in your local community, or even from the comfort of your own home...
Local grassroots anti sex trafficking network which seeks to raise awareness of the issue and empower individuals and groups to take action against trafficking in their communities.
ACTION: Join our Facebook
page and stay up to date with trafficking-related news and events.
ACTION: Organise your own event – you could arrange a fund or awareness-raising event of your own which we will provide support for and/or speakers if required.
ACTION: If you are holding your own event and want to help but don’t want to make it a fully fledged fundraiser, then you could donate a percentage of your profits to either STOP THE TRAFFIK, POPPY Project or the Anneli Project at Leeds Women's Aid. You can either send them money directly through our Donate page, or you can send LAST a cheque and we will donate the money on your behalf. For more information on where to send your money and who to make cheques payable to, please get in touch via the Contact page.
LAST is currently at capacity for volunteers but to see what support other organisation need, just click the ACTION links below.
STOP THE TRAFFIK is a global movement campaigning against all forms of trafficking. They work to PREVENT the sale of people, PROTECT the trafficked and PROSECUTE the traffickers.
FREEDOM – a campaign to inspire young people around the world
to become advocates for trafficked people and help those at risk stay
ACTION: Business Travellers Against Trafficking campaign. Learn how to identify and report suspected incidences of trafficking that you see as you travel.
ACTION: Olympics 2012 campaign. Attend the STOP THE TRAFFIK Global Summit in 2011.
ACTION: Donate online or by cheque.
Anti-Slavery is an international organisation that is working to eliminate all forms of slavery and the forced prostitution of sex trafficking victims is one of the forms modern slavery takes.
to Home Secretary Rt Hon Theresa May MP urging the Government to guarantee
the help and support that victims of trafficking urgently need.
ACTION: Join Anti-Slavery’s Facebook, Twitter and/or You Tube page.
ACTION: Set up or join an Anti-Slavery Group.
ACTION: Volunteer with Anti-Slavery in their offices, through an internship or at festivals.
ACTION: Donate online or by cheque.
The POPPY Project is an organisation which provides accommodation and support for survivors of trafficking.
ACTION: Donate. The POPPY Project is one of a handful of groups who provide accommodation and support to trafficked women. They only have 54 beds across England and Wales.
The Helen Bamber Foundation is a national human rights organisation working with survivors of cruelty.
The Anneli Project at Leeds Women’s Aid provides a safe house and support for survivors of trafficking.
ACTION: Donate by cash or cheque, or create a direct debit or standing order.
ECPAT UK stands for End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and the Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes. They do this through campaigning, training, researching and developing policy.
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ACTION: Follow ECPAT UK on Twitter.
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online to ECPAT UK or become a regular supporter.
ACTION: Buy the lovely Body Shop ‘Soft Hands, Kind Heart’ hand cream to support the work of ECPAT UK.
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