A total of 551 cases of human trafficking involving Ontario as a source, transit or destination point were reported to the Alliance Against Modern Slavery's Research Team for the period between January 1, 2011 and December 31, 2013.
“The findings in this report reveal that the province of Ontario urgently needs to invest in system changes, revise its child welfare legislation, fund...
Father Christopher Hartley, a public voice for the Haitian cane cutters in the Dominican Republic, will be speaking in Toronto on June 3, and in Oakville on June 4. He has spoken out against the unacceptable exploitation and slavery-like conditions for Haitian sugar cane cutters.
Tuesday, June 3, 7:00 p.m. The Mary Ward Centre 70 St. Mary Street, Toronto
Wednesday, June 4, 7:30 p.m. Grace Ev....
Two Community Forums on Sex Trafficking are classes open to the public as part of a new course from the University of Winnipeg's Global College.
The first will take place on May 6 from 6pm to 9pm in Room 2M70 (Manitoba Hall),featuring a guest lecture by the Hon. Kerri Irvin-Ross, and a response panel of experts.
The second will take place on May 13 from 6pm to 9pm in Room 2M70 (Manitoba Hall...
ChocoSol’s delicious fresh corn tortillas (featured at our conferences) are launching this month at select farmers’ markets, starting Monday at Sorauren Farmers’ Market!
Other markets soon to have tortillas are Dufferin Grove Farmers’ Market, Evergreen Brick Works Farmers’ Market, and Creme Fraiche Market Cafe.
For the full schedule and more info about ChocoSol’s slavery-free tortillas and...
This month, visit ChocoSol to try their delicious slavery-free hot chocolate recently named one the best hot chocolates in Toronto!
Chocosol is a proponent of horizontal trading, and the chocolate is pedal powered, stone ground, and vegan.
For more information, read the piece on ChocoSol at http://www.blogto.com/grocery/chocosol-toronto
To learn more about the connection between chocolate and...
Te fourth annual University of Waterloo International Development Conference on February 28, 2014 will be focusing on Human Trafficking in Canada. The conference will take place at The Balsillie School of International Affairs CIGI Campus in Waterloo, Ontario and is embedded within the Student Association of International Development as well as the Faculty of Environment and the School of...
The second of a series of roundtables aiming to facilitate the dialogue between multi‐sector stakeholders to address the issue of human trafficking in the City of Toronto will take place on Thursday, February 20.
It will feature presentations by multi‐sector stakeholders who dedicate their work to counter human trafficking followed by working group discussions.
For more information contact: Varka...
ChocoSol invites you to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a Limited Edition chocolate bar featuring a special blend of cacao, achiote, and vanilla!
This special edition chocolate and their new “more than just a Valentine” card are available at select retailers and farmer’s markets across Toronto. Check it out: http://chocosoltraders.com/promotions/
Join ChocoSol at their new location (1131 St. Clair West) for some amazing workshops in January!
1) Saturday, January 18, 2 to 6: Jaguar Chocolate Making Workshop lead by Michael Sacco
2) Tuesday, January 21, 6:30 to 8:30: Jaguar Chocolate Molding Workshop lead by Laura Gisonni
3) Saturday, January 25, 4 to 6: ChocoSoil Workshop lead by Byron Koss
We are officially incorporated and registered as a charitable organization under the name Canadians Against Slavery / Canadiens contre l'esclavage (84068 5119 RR0001).
Our trade name is Alliance Against Modern Slavery / Alliance contre l'esclavage moderne.