Sex Trafficking Awareness Event EDEN Screening + Panel Discussion on Sex Trafficking Organized by Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) and Centripetal Films, Hope for Justice and World Affairs Council are co-presenters of the opening night of Eden screening with panel discussion on sex trafficking. SXSW 2012: Audience Award Best Narrative Feature – Special Jury Award Best … More ‘EDEN’ FILM + PANEL DISCUSSION ON SEX TRAFFICKING
In June of 2013, one of our own Hope for Justice staff team program developers, Bethany Foelber, will be traveling to Pampanga, Philippines as a Communication Intern for International Justice Mission (IJM), a 501(c)(3) human rights organization based in Washington DC. “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to further invest in my passion for … More Congrats to our own Hope for Justice staff member, Bethany Foelber!
HOPE FOR JUSTICE’S GIFT CARDS DRIVE Make this holiday season special for survivors Survivors of human trafficking are cared for brilliantly by service provider agencies. However, they could still use your help. Hope for Justice is starting an annual Gift Cards Drive to encourage the people to buy gift cards at retailers such as Target, … More Gift Cards Drive for Survivors
WASHINGTON, D.C., USA by Geraldine Sealey of Marie Claire (8/16/12) – For most businesses in the U.S., the Web has changed everything. The sex industry is no exception. Now underage girls are as easy to find online as shelter puppies, used cars, and apartment rentals. “…Andrea Powell (of nonprofit, FAIR Girls) has met hundreds of underage girls who … More Girls 4 Sale
Please put your name and signature in this International Justice Mission-led drive to to get 27,000+ people to stand for freedom: “Nearly 150 years ago, President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation – but slavery endures here in the U.S. and around the world. Experts estimate there are 27 million people held in slavery today. It’s … More Sign Petition to Send to President Obama to Fight and End Human Trafficking
Buy Sex, Buy Rape is a sex trafficking prevention campaign to help end the demand of men buying sex in prostitution. Many reports reveal tens of thousands of prostituted girls and women are trafficked every year into the host city of the Super Bowl or other major sporting events such as the World Cup. In fact, … More “BUY SEX, BUY RAPE” Sex Trafficking Prevention Campaign Launches Website During Super Bowl Week