EU Anti-Trafficking Day

Since 2007, European Anti-Trafficking Day has been marked by the European Commission, as well as activists and organisations across Europe working against this crime, on October 18th. This is an opportunity for us all to reflect on the suffering of those who are exploited by ruthless criminals, and respond to the call to take action to stop this abuse. […]


Free Online Course: Ending Slavery

A four week course, commencing on October 17th, is available free online for anyone interested in learning about contemporary forms of slavery and how we as a society can abolish it. From the University of Nottingham, this course features input from academics, activists, and former slaves. The complex systems that sustain modern slavery will be […]


Award for McCain’s Anti-Trafficking Activism

Cindy McCain, wife of former US presidential candidate, Senator John McCain, is a business woman who is also a tireless campaigner against human trafficking for sexual exploitation. Speaking recently to almost 900 young women in a Catholic High School in the US, she told how she had become involved in this campaign. In a shop in Kolkata, India, in […]


Warrior Women: Survivors Call for Action

APT members attended an important event this week to show support for the Sexual Offences Bill, which would criminalise the purchase of sex and remove penalties for those whose bodies are for sale. This is a crucial piece of legislation to tackle the demand for commercial sex and make the people who pay for sex accountable for their participation […]

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