The International Coalition Against Modern Slavery was started in 2021 by youth human rights activist Lela Tolajian. Since then, it has grown with participation across 38 countries. The coalition shares resources for learning more about modern slavery and ways individuals can take action.
Despite having an estimated 40.3 million victims around the world, modern slavery is hardly discussed or understood by many. Through sharing resources and articles, we can foster education about the issue - because there is no effective advocacy that is not rooted in knowledge and understanding.
By mobilizing people across continents, backgrounds, and age groups, we can make a difference. Even small actions such as contacting local or national policymakers, educating those around you about forced labor and human trafficking, and making more informed purchases, can go a long way.
Through previous campaigns, such as the International Day of Awareness ahead of the 76th UN convention and Week of Action, members the International Coalition Against Modern Slavery have come together to call for justice.
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