There will be representatives from the following organizations at the 6:30 pre-screening event.
SCTNow exists to stop child trafficking by targeting the source of child trafficking: predators who drive the sex industry everywhere in the world, including in your local community. SCTNow has partnered with specially trained elite operatives familiar with what it takes to infiltrate, investigate and bring to justice the predators victimizing children worldwide.
Nomi Network is a group of young professionals creating a network of socially responsible businesses and consumers working together and using their resources to combat sex-trafficking.
ECPAT was initially organized as the campaign to End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism by a group of NGO workers and other concerned individuals in Asia. By 1996, the rapid international growth of commercial sexual exploitation of children demanded a response. ECPAT widened its scope of work to encompass all issues of child sexual exploitation, including pornography and the trafficking of children for sexual purposes, and to broaden its focus to become a global campaign.
Restore is a Christian non-profit organization serving women enslaved by the sex trade by providing safe housing and specialized services to restore their physical, emotional, and spiritual health.
The Not For Sale Campaign equips and mobilizes Smart Activists to deploy innovative solutions to re-abolish slavery in their own backyards and across the globe.
Free the Slaves liberates slaves around the world, helps them rebuild their lives and researches real world solutions to eradicate slavery forever.
We use world class research and compelling stories from the frontlines of slavery to convince the powerful and the powerless that we can end slavery.
Over the past year, we (a team of random students from eight nations) traveled through every inhabitable continent driven by their love for photography and passion for justice.
Upon returning to the U.S. we produced Sex and Money: A Global Search For Human Worth, a collection of photographs and stories from our trip. Some of the stories reveal the suffering and alienation that the poor experience, while the majority of stories explore the realities of human trafficking.
Celebrating beauty and dignity for women recovering from abuse and sex exploitation.
Reveal is a grass roots movement of NYC professionals from all industries coming together to demonstrate and reinforce love and healing by providing opportunities to celebrate beauty and dignity, including the annual Valentine’s Day Makeover. Now in it’s 4th year, Reveal is gaining momentum in corporately and intentionally helping women feel celebrated, beautiful, loved and chosen with no strings attached. Reveal marries NY Fashion Week with a modern-day Cinderella Story by providing professional one-on-one consultation in fashion, beauty, skincare and hair, so women are treated like royalty and provided a magical experience they will never forget.
Our vision is to give victims and survivors a voice in their lives, liberate victims, end slavery, and empower survivors as they create and sustain lives of dignity.
Read more about how the Somaly Mam Foundation is helping to end human trafficking >>
The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women-International (CATW) is a non-governmental organization that promotes women’s human rights by working internationally to combat sexual exploitation in all its forms. Founded in 1988, CATW was the first international non-governmental organization to focus on human trafficking, especially sex trafficking of women and girls.
We are an all volunteer grass-roots member directed organization empowered by consensus and bound together in common purpose: To do all that we are able to put an end to modern-day slavery, a crime against humanity that is flourishing in our midst. We strive to create an enlightened society where a market will not be tolerated for the sale and illicit exploitation of human beings.
Our group focuses on spreading awareness on domestic human trafficking issues through having outreaches in the streets of New York,Schools, prisons, and domestic violence programs. Having trainings, and seminars on how we can best help to protect the community we live in. Our group is dedicated to create awareness through the media, arts, poetry, public access TV, radio, internet and Word Of Mouth!