Create a safer world for children

Innovation for Good to end Child Trafficking

Online and Offline, criminals treat human trafficking as a business. We treat fighting criminals as a business too. 

Human Trafficking is a $150 billion-a-year industry, making it the fastest-growing crimes in the world. Millions of children are caught into it; forced labor and sexual exploitation. 


We are supercharged by technology. We take Human Trafficking as a whole system and to make a bigger impact we have built strong partnerships with the most advanced technologies in cyber-security, Ai and cryptocurrency to put offer a better future to this generation of children.


We will not leave traffickers alone. We have the power to find them online and offline, with the support of our partners and your support.

President Barack Obama,

 

 

September 25th, 2012

“It ought to concern every person because it is a debasement of our common humanity. It ought to concern every community because it tears at our social fabric. It ought to concern every business because it distorts markets. It ought to concern every nation because it endangers public health and fuels violence and organized crime. I’m talking about the injustice, the outrage, of human trafficking, which must be called by its true name: modern slavery.”

As of today, less than 40% of traffickers are convicted according to the U.S. Department of State, this number is too low and for children to feel safe they need to know that the bad guys are locked up and serve a sentence. 

Child Trafficking By The Numbers

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152 million children around the world, aged between 5 and 17, were subject to child labour.
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In 2019, NCMEC responded to more than 10,700 reports regarding possible child sex trafficking.
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In 2019 alone the CyberTipline received more than 16.9 million reports, most of which related to:

  • Apparent child sexual abuse material.
  • Online enticement, including “sextortion.”
  • Child sex trafficking.
  • Child sexual molestation.
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    Online Courses

    StopChildTraffic supported the development of easy to use, engaging and highly informative skill-based online training for law enforcement agencies, and the public including:

    women learning on her computerBy taking this course you will learn what Human Trafficking actually is, how it manifests itself globally, differences between human trafficking & smuggling, control mechanisms used on victims & crucially, indicators to look for.

    This course is specifically designed to assist anyone interested in understanding more about human trafficking, either privately or professionally.

    photo of a crowd of peoplke walking in the streetTrafficking takes place in front of us every day. Trafficking often hides in plain sight. We need to know what to look for. These are the trafficking indicators.

    In this course, we first review what is human trafficking before then exploring trafficking indicators, how to identify potential victims of trafficking, how to manage victim first contact and finally how to support victims.

    The Child Protection course is developed in partnership with industry training experts Espirita. It is designed for all non-clinical staff who work within healthcare and addresses the legislation surrounding child protection. By creating an educated, competent and committed workforce of vigilant practitioners, we can stop vulnerable children from ‘slipping through the net’.

    Available too, are level 2 and level 3 both for UK and Scotland.

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    With your support...

    …We can build stronger partnerships, develop our own technologies and finally allow children to navigate the world free and happy.

    Your financial support makes children safe and put criminals behind bars…