1. Generate no demand wherever possible!
Buy Fair Trade Products: Prefer Fairtrade food, buy clothing made under socially acceptable conditions, use smartphones that largely refrain from critical raw materials from crisis countries, favor the purchase of durable products and avoid disposable items …
Do not use prostitution services: in most cases, it is unclear whether women pursue this job voluntarily or because of a predicament. This is also true for products of the porn industry.
Interesting link: How many slaves work for me?
2. Provide financial support to groups and organizations that bring people directly to the forefront, providing them with a protected environment for recovery, as well as integration into a self-determined life. Information about the clubs, their main areas of activity and their sphere of activity can be found directly under organizations.
3. Become active yourself!
Here are some suggestions:
Host a concert, a sports event or a party and use this event to raise awareness of the topic.
Inform yourself thoroughly about the current developments and the background (eg through regular visits to this website)
Subscribe to groups or social media posts and support active groups with a “Like”
Find out if there is an action group near your place of residence and work there.
Encourage group leaders, teachers, professors, associations, social and church communities to give this theme a place in the event calendar, curriculum and more.
Wish you money for the birthday, jubilee or graduation – and pass it on to organizations that use it purposefully for victims of trafficking.