One year from today, the Olympics will kick-off here in London and with the support of the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, we are using this amazing opportunity to raise awareness about human trafficking through community roadshows.
Here’s the nitty gritty of what you need to know about the roadshows:
- Why: Everyone needs to know what human trafficking is and how it affects them.
- What: An interactive community workshop exploring the impact of trafficking and what we can do about it.
- Where: Hosted by communities who want to lead the fight against trafficking and those that are hosting events for the 2012 Games.
- Who by: STOP THE TRAFFIK team, police forces, local authorities, and community activists.
- Who for: Anyone who wants to make their community harder for traffickers to operate in: local residents, community activists, community organisations, youth groups, faith groups, local charities, police officers, social workers, health workers, teachers, community services, and others.
- Windlesham, Surrey – Thursday evening, October 13th
- Epsom, Surrey – Saturday afternoon, October 15th
- St Albans, Hertfordshire – Saturday afternoon, October 29th
- Newham, London – Monday evening, November 14th
- Birmingham, West Midlands – Saturday afternoon, November 19th
- Tower Hamlets, London -Thursday evening, November 24th (TBC)
- Islington, London-Tuesday mid-day, December 13th
If you AREN’T IN THE UK you can still get involved by starting Travel Alert! in your community. All the resources to get started in your community on our website www.stopthetraffik.org/resources/travelalert.