The Alliance's Karlee Sapoznik will be speaking to Brigitte Maguet's grade 7 social studies class about modern slavery and human trafficking. She and Brigitte ravelled to Mali, Africa together, where they met with anti-slavery leaders in 2011-2012.
The Alliance is pleased to sit on the steering committee that is hosting an international conference in Winnipeg, December 10-12. It will bring together students and teachers from across Canada, the US, Germany and Israel. The Alliance's Karlee Sapoznik will be speaking at 9am on December 11. The entire event is dedicated to 14 old Pakistani activist - Malala Yousafzai who was shot recently...
The Canadian Council for Refugees (CCR) invites representatives of NGOs to a National Forum on Trafficking in Toronto. The forum will provide a space for networking, information-exchange and strategizing among NGO's on best practices, emerging needs and policy development priorities to meet the needs of trafficked persons.
This new documentary sheds light on the reality of human trafficking in our world.
SCREENINGS: 4:00PM and 7:30PM
TICKETS: FREE, no registration
FACEBOOK EVENT: http://www.facebook.com/events/489465857730122/
Watch the TRAILER: http://vimeo.com/26792244
Ever wanted to learn how to make slavery-free chocolate? Now you can!
Our Partner Chocosol will be hosting chocolate workshops every Friday evening from November 9 until December 21, just in time for the holidays!
Please visit our partner's website and e-mail Chocosol at email@example.com for more information.
Between 4 and 7 November, 2012 in Ottawa – Canada’s national capital – a seismic shift will take place in the global battle to wipe out criminally-organized human trafficking.
More than 300 invited specialists from 160 countries will come together in a three-day working Summit comprising collaborative workshops and best practice information sharing sessions, intended to strike...
Agincourt Community Services Association is holding a series of Spoken Word workshops for young adult women. The aim of the “I do!” youth initiative is to get young women to speak about healthy relationships and consent in relation to marriage.
The Forced Marriage Project at the South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario is hosting a conference on October 3, 2012 to explore how to best respond to forced marriage cases. The conference will focus on the federal and provincial policies and protocols currently in place as well as address some of the existing gaps in the system.
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.