Stop Child Trafficking Now
SGI is sponsoring a mass public fundraiser (The Walk to Stop Child Trafficking) around the nation on October 2-3, 2010. Thousands of participants will form teams and raise money. All funds will be awarded to partner-approved organizations who are working to stop this most heinous crime of Child Trafficking--to those working to stop the demand side of child sexual slavery in particular. Accompanying this event will be a year-long education/awareness campaign bringing attention to the cause, inspiring hope, and rallying participants. Corporate sponsorships are available upon request. Your donations are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated.
Child sex slavery is growing at epedemic proportions. Over 13 million children are currently enslaved around the world. Predators are preying on innocent victims, children as young as three years old. The Thirteenth Amendment put an end to slavery in 1865. Two hundred and forty-three years later there are more slaves globally than ever before. Stop Child Trafficking Now is a 501 (c)3 organization, linking forces with operative efforts to shut down the demand side of child sex slavey. To learn more about how you can put an end to modern day child slavery please consider joining thousands on October 2-3, 2010 as we Walk to Stop Child Trafficking. Click here www.sctnow.org to sign up for the walk and discover other ways to be involved with ending child sex slavery.
Learn more about Child Trafficking below:
International Justice Mission
Resource page contains numerous downloadable documents.
US Department of Health and Human Services: Campaign to Rescue and Restore Victims of Human Trafficking
Primary goal is to raise awareness; has a form to become a Coalition Partner. The fact sheets link contains information on human trafficking, sex trafficking, federal efforts to aid victims, etc. in English, Spanish, Polish, Russian and Chinese.
US State Department: Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons
Below link is to the Trafficking in Persons Report 2008
Child Rights Information Network
Contains country information, legal resources, and a constant news update about child trafficking
Contains publications, country profiles, and resources for human trafficking
Shared Hope International
Has specific programs aimed at getting men involved and for catching predators
Has a blog that updates once or twice a week
Coalition Against Trafficking in Women
Has an extensive resource page, covering news articles as well as legal issues
On-line library of websites, international and domestic legal resources, photos, discussion groups, and information on the demand aspect of trafficking
Focuses on the policy creation and implementation at federal, state and local levels
World Vision International
Covers a broad range of issues in addition to human trafficking, including disaster response, AIDS, child soldiers, malaria, etc. Has a program where people can personally sponsor a child or a family.
Human trafficking subject page; updates with news stories by the Times.
“The 21st-Century Slave Trade” by Nicholas Kristof
“A Heroine from the Brothels” by Nicholas Kristof
“Hundreds Seized in Sweep Against Child Prostitution” by Susan Saulny
“Sex Trafficking a Local Issue” by Ashley Serota
“Teen Girls’ Stories of Sex Trafficking in US”
“A Dozen Juvenile Sex Rings Broken Up” by Carrie Johnson
“Today’s Christian Woman Talks to Laura Lederer” by Camerin Courtney
“FBI: 642 Arrestede, 47 Kids Rescued in Child Prostitution Raids” by Associated Press
“Life Term for Trafficking Juveniles” by Henri E. Cauvin
Not For Sale by David Batstone
The Natasha’s: Inside The New Global Sex Trade by Victor Malarek