Connect Network is a collaborative network of NPOs and Churches working together with women and children at risk, to see communities transformed in South Africa.
EFN is a strategic network of the European Evangelical Alliance that connects active and emerging ministries and other stakeholders across Europe, and serves those partners by providing the encouragement, advice, resources and prayer that they need for effective action and cooperation. EFN works with national Alliances to encourage and empower local churches and to build national and regional networks capable of addressing the issues of human trafficking and the needs of people involved.
A collaborative space for those wishing to end human trafficking.
Our Mission: to mobilize and equip communities to combat slavery and human trafficking and restore survivors.
Our Vision: We see a world of transformed communities, free of slavery and exploitation.
We exist to promote and equip the global community of freedom businesses.
Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW)
The GAATW is an Alliance of more than 80 non-governmental organisations from Africa, Asia, Europe, LAC and North America. The GAATW International Secretariat is based in Bangkok, Thailand and co-ordinates the activities of the Alliance, collects and disseminates information, and advocates on behalf of the Alliance at regional and international levels.
The World Evangelical Alliance has chosen to name a spokesperson on the issue of Human Trafficking. This has resulted in the instigation of an anti-human trafficking global task force where 600 million WEA members can become informed spokespersons in their own sphere of influence.
The International Christian Alliance on Prostitution (ICAP) unites, equips and empowers practitioners and advocates who compassionately challenge injustice and offer freedom to people exploited by prostitution, including sex trafficking. Find out more information with the links above.
Today we work in 21 different countries, supporting thousands of projects working with children at risk in 35 city-wide networks. Through our partnerships with these organisations, ranging from large international charities to tiny grassroots initiatives, we are currently working in the lives of 987,000 children across the globe.
The framework for the taskforce builds its action through the principles laid out in the: United Nations Protocol, 2000