Links & Resources
Survivors of Prostitution and Trafficking Manifesto Press Conference at the European Parliament. “Who Represents Women in Prostitution? October 17, 2005
VISION: CAASE is committed to building a global community free from sexual exploitation. We know that all forms of sexual exploitation, including sexual assault and the commercial sex trade, are detrimental to a healthy society and undermine the dignity of all people
The AntiPorn Activist Network is just what it sounds like: a network of antiporn activists around the world. We are represented on three continents and counting. Antiporn: being against all forms of pornography – live, filmed, or photographed. Activist: someone who works to bring about social or political change. If this describes you, welcome aboard.
The I Stop Traffic Awareness Campaign is a project created by the non-profit organization, Artists United For Social Justice (A.U.S.J.) Founded by Michael Cory Davis in 2009. The mission of AUSJ is empower activists to create and distribute multimedia content that educates the public, particularly youth, about human rights violations and social injustices.
Prostitution Research & Education (PRE) is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization that conducts research on prostitution, pornography and trafficking, and offers education and consultation to researchers, survivors, the public and policymakers. PRE’s goal is to abolish the institution of prostitution while at the same time advocating for alternatives to trafficking and prostitution – including emotional and physical healthcare for women in prostitution. The roots of prostitution are in men’s assumptions that they are entitled to buy women for sex, and in racism, and women’s poverty.
Resources, FAQ’s, and information on STOP PORN CULTURE activism.
Innocents at Risk is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded to fight child exploitation and human trafficking. Our mission is to educate citizens about the horrific global and local problem of human trafficking and work to prevent it. In order to increase the visibility of the severity of the issue, Innocents at Risk established partnerships with the Department of State, Department of Justice, Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Education, Department of Homeland Security, ICE, Custom Border Patrol and the D.C. Task Force. We work with a vast number of non-government organizations and service providers.