Registration is open for our 5-day anti-human trafficking training session on "Understanding and Working with Children and Youth who have been Sexually Exploited" hosted by the Alliance Against Modern Slavery in partnership with the United States Embassy and the Ontario Trillium Foundation. It will take place December 2-6, 2013 in Windsor. We are honoured to welcome back...
AAMS is looking forward to attending London's Youth Symposium on Human Trafficking.
14 Local Organizations will be in attendance to speak to and engage students from across the city.
To register or get additional information, please e-mail Bri Blencowe at bri_blencow [@] hotmail [.] com
30 Million People Are Living in Slavery Today
Would you like to learn more?
Then, please join us for:
“SLAVERY: PAST AND PRESENT”
A public lecture by:
Karlee Sapoznik, President and Co-Founder of The Alliance Against Modern Slavery and historian at the Harriet Tubman Institute, York University
Registration is open for the second intensive 5-day anti-human trafficking training session on "Understanding and Working with Children and Youth who have been Sexually Exploited" hosted by the Alliance Against Modern Slavery in partnership with the United States Embassy and the Ontario Trillium Foundation. Our second session will take place November 4-8, 2013 in Thunder...
Tyndale's Social Justice Group invites students and the community to attend a showing of At the End of Slavery: The Battle for Justice in Our Time, followed by presentations by the following:
Karlee Sapoznik (President, Alliance Against Modern Slavery)
Kelly Cameron (Student Mobilization Co-ordinator, International Justice Mission)
Dr. Tom McCormick (MTS Instructor, Tyndale)
Salome Persaud (...
This is the first 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.
Day one (October 28, 9am-5pm)
AAMS is pleased to have been selected as a partner in this year's Ride for Refuge! Ride with us October 5th in a fantastically fun, family-friendly bike-a-thon that supports 175+ charities like ours to raise needed operating funding for their work with the displaced, vulnerable and exploited. This year, we are riding for our vocational centre for survivors of sex trafficking in...
Registration is now open for the 4th Annual Freedom Walk organized by Free-Them! This year, it is presented by the Fairmont Royal York.
AAMS is pleased to have a team walking again this year, and would love to have you join us! Send us an e-mail or give us a call if you'd like to walk with us on September 14th!
You can visit our team page at http://www.freethemwalk.com/participant/49287
This summer, you can find ChocoSol's delicious slavery-free chocolate at local farmers’ markets throughout Toronto, health food and retail stores, and at their EcoFood Hub. ChocoSol Traders encourage people to bring their own containers when purchasing unpackaged chocolate from the farmers’ markets and their EcoFood Hub.
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.