Live broadcast against human trafficking coming soon
On World Day Against Trafficking, global anti-trafficking organisation, A21, is calling people everywhere to take action against human trafficking—while the action steps may look different this year, the mission is still the same: to abolish modern-day slavery everywhere, forever.
On October 17, 2020, tens of thousands will gather all over the world to tune into A21’s first-ever Global Freedom Summit—a one-day social justice event to equip, train, and mobilise people to play their part in abolishing modern-day slavery right where they are.
Because now more than ever, many are vulnerable to trafficking and people still need protection. The millions who are being exploited still need a way out. And those who have experienced abuse still need restoration.
The day will be two-fold: starting with a one-hour live broadcast, participants will learn from frontline and global leaders in the social justice space including A21 Founder & CEO Nick Caine, Global A21 Advocate, Christine Caine, and A21 COO, Phil Hyldgaard as well as A21’s frontline staff in over 13 countries across the globe.
Then, participants will be given tangible action steps they can take right away to start ending human trafficking in their city, town, and the local community.
One day. Tens of thousands abolitionists. A global event to rally and equip people everywhere for the one thing that unites us all: the belief in freedom for all mankind.
$150 billion industry.
1% ever rescued.
“We are convinced that if we do this together–if we keep showing up, if we continue to be tenacious if we continue to have grit if we continue to not bow down to discouragement… But we step up and show up with strength, numbers, courage, and faith–then we will see slavery eradicated in our lifetime.” – Christine Caine, A21 Co-Founder
“Freedom. That’s our goal for every single human being on the planet. We combat modern-day slavery by working to Reach, Rescue, and Restore lives—reducing vulnerability, assisting victims, and empowering survivors. We believe that when we all come together in the fight against human trafficking, we will see a world without slavery.”
A21 work in 18 different locations in 13 countries across the globe.