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Support Anti-slavery Organizations

These organizations are working to end slavery all over the world. Use this resource to learn about the different organizations and find volunteer and support opportunities.

A Call to Men

acalltomen.com

A Call to Men seeks to stop sexual violence of men against women by changing the norms of our culture in order to promote healthy relationships among men and women. 

Contact:   Info@acalltomen.org

ABC Nepal

www.abcnepal.np.org

ABC Nepal is a nonprofit organization that specializes in human rights. It was the first organization in Nepal to raise awareness on the issue of human trafficking. ABC Nepal’s focus is to promote gender equality through education of the people as well as through economic empowerment.

Contact:   abc@transit.wlink.com.np   |   1-977-1-663-0346

ANPPCAN

www.anppcan.org/

ANPPCAN stands for the African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect. ANPPCAN works with many organizations to protect the children in Africa from abuse and neglect. They work with the government, trade unions, and many international organizations such as UNICEF and WHO. ANPPCAN wants to raise awareness about the abuse and neglect of children. They are currently operating in 22 countries.  

Contact:   regional@anppcan.org   |   +254 020 3873990

Anti-Slavery International

www.antislavery.org

Anti-Slavery International, an organization founded in 1839, is the world’s oldest international human rights organization. Anti-Slavery International works on stopping slavery by raising awareness, supporting research, and lobbying government agencies.Anti-Slavery International puts different campaigns into action each year to assist in the fulfillment of their organizational goals.

Contact:   Melissa Ritchie   |   m.ritchie@antislavery.org   |   020 7501 8920 (UK)

Apneaap Women Worldwide

apneaap.org/index.php

This organization works to help victims of human trafficking transition back to a normal life.  They also inform the public of trafficking problems, use the voices of survivors to communicate the problems, and work toward curbing the demand for sex trafficking.

Contact:   volunteerandintern@apneaap.org