STOP THE TRAFFIK is a global movement working through individuals, communities and organisations to fight the global sale of people


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  1. [This is Miriam by the way! Delorfinde is the name I use on the web]

    Have you seen the Soul Action: Not for sale! campaign? It’s all about slavery etc. I was at Soul Survivor last week and I went to one of their seminars — it was really good. They have a good website too. Perhaps you guys should work together?

  2. Hi Miriam, thanks for the message! Yes we have seen it, and would love to work together! Bex said she thinks she saw you at Soul Survivor but then didn’t see you again to say hello! Were you at Shepton Mallet week 2?

  3. Miriam Joy

    Hey, over at Mark Williams International they had a great post from Sibel Hodge who has written a book about trafficking. E-book only, but if you’ve got a Kindle…
    Maybe you could do a shout-out? Apparently it’s pretty good. I’m not going to have an e-reader until next week so I haven’t read it yet, but I’ll let you know what I think.

  4. Miriam Joy

    Dear Stop The Traffik … I’m afraid it’s me again!
    As part of the 2011 Project for Awesome, YouTubers all over the world are making videos about their favourite charity in order to raise not only awareness but also money (people vote for their favourite video/charity and money from the P4A fund goes to that charity) for them. So of course I made a video about Stop The Traffik. It’s been a while since I did any actual activist-ing (I’m not sure what the verb actually is, ha ha), but you can find the video here – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHnbS_UnoyQ.

    I really HATE the fact that kids get traffiked at such a vulnerable age,I wish that them evil people would just STOP!!!!!!!

  6. natalie

    i am very interested in contributing into this foundation.
    i will be headed to south America in august and wondering if there are any agencies in which i could get involved with to have a more impact on spreading the world and also a more hands on approach to getting involved to help?

    1. Hi Natalie,
      I was going to ask you where in South America you are going so I could make suggestions but I see your post was from 2012. If you’re looking for ways to participate there’s a great new online campaign anyone can do from anywhere. Check it out at http://www.forgofreedom.com

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