1. spread awareness
When we started this project in 2004, we found that public awareness about child sexual exploitation and trafficking was very limited. A lack of public awareness translates into diminished services and support for victims of trafficking. It can also leave harmful policies unchallenged. Today, there are more organizations working to end child sexual exploitation and trafficking and public awareness is growing. Help educate your friends, colleagues, and social media networks by sharing these tweets below.
2. CREATE A SOCIAL IMPACT PROJECT
Love art, design, organizing, speaking? Lend your talents and skills to help raise awareness and make an impact. With your help and fresh ideas, we’ll turn the tide on sexual violence against children.
We’ve partnered with the rad people at Crowdrise to make fundraising for our prevention education program, community engagement, and victims’ assistance fund easy. You’ll find tools and templates to connect with your friends, family, and wider networks. Head on over and check it out!