U.S. Fund for UNICEF’s End Trafficking Campaign Launches Awareness Campaign

A note from our friends at The End Trafficking project:

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Dear Friends,
We are excited to announce that the U.S. Fund for UNICEF’s End Trafficking project is launching a public awareness campaign this month to declare that UNICEF believes in a world with ZERO exploited children, ZERO children suffering from violence, ZERO trafficked children.

This important message will be distributed nationally through TV and radio announcements, social media, print ads, and mall posters.  Screenings of the documentary Not My Life will be held in several cities, along with Google+ Hangouts to promote campaign features.

We invite you to check out and make use of these new resources below as you see fit!

  • PSA featuring Angie Harmon: http://bit.ly/HarmonTraffickingPSA.  In her first role as a UNICEF Ambassador, Harmon is appearing in public service announcements to raise awareness about the issue of child trafficking and urge Americans to help end it.
  • Human Trafficking Hotline postcard (see attached)
  • Believe in Zero Exploited Children posters (see attached)

These tools are also available through our webpage: unicefusa.org/endtrafficking
Stay connected with End Trafficking on the following platforms:
Twitter: @EndTraffick
GOOD.is: http://www.good.is/members/end-trafficking

Please do not hesitate to reach out if you would like to learn more about our campaign or have any other questions about our work.

Thank you for your support and best wishes,

Emily and Jennifer
End Trafficking project

The End Trafficking project is the U.S. Fund’s initiative to raise awareness about child trafficking both here in the US and internationally and mobilize communities to take meaningful action to help protect children.

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