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Like Anya17, an estimated 800,000 young women and children are deceived and trafficked into the EU every year to fuel the growing sex trade. Repeatedly gang raped and beaten, the girls can be forced to work for 16 hours, having sex with up to 30 men a day. It's happening every day… on your doorstep, so get involved!
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Human Trafficking Charities

Anya17 is proudly supported by the following organisations:

Supported by Anti-Slavery International
Anti-Slavery International
Anti-Slavery International works at local, national and international levels to eliminate all forms of slavery around the world. Founded in 1839, it is the world's oldest international human rights organisation.
Supported by City Hearts
City Hearts
City Hearts provides Safe Houses as a place of safety with a Recovery Programme for those coming out of prostitution and those who have been rescued from human trafficking.
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Ecpat UK
ECPAT UK is active in research, campaigning and lobbying government to prevent child exploitation and protect children in tourism and child victims of trafficking to end Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and the Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes.
Supported by the Friendship Foundation (UK - Romania)
Friendship Foundation (UK - Romania)
The Friendship Foundation (UK - Romania) works in partnership with Pro Prietenia Arad, on a range of social issues in Romania and are determined to increase the awareness of vulnerable people in Romania to the risk of falling victim to traffickers.
Supported by Human Trafficking Foundation
Human Traffick Foundation
The Human Trafficking Foundation (HTF) is a UK-based charity which grew out of the work of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Human Trafficking. HTF was created in order to support and add value to the work of the many charities and agencies operating to combat human trafficking in the UK.
Supported by Pro Prietenia Arad Foundation Romania
Pro Prietenia Arad Foundation Romania
The PRO PRIETENIA ARAD Foundation works in partnership with The Friendship Foundation (UK - Romania) to promote projects to prevent trafficking, victimization, drug use and crime, youth development projects, social justice, and support to target groups, leading to the development and consolidation of Roman civil society, democracy and progress by harnessing human potential.
Supported by Purple Teardrop Foundation
Purple Teardrop Campaign
The Purple Teardrop Campaign promotes human rights and its focus is the infringement of human rights suffered by the victims of people trafficking. They aim to raise awareness among the general public, try to suppress the demand for trafficked women, and support the safe houses which provide holistic care for victims who have been freed from trafficking.
Supported by Stop The Traffik
STOP THE TRAFFIK
STOP THE TRAFFIK is a growing global movement of individuals, communities and organisations fighting to PREVENT the sale of people, PROTECT the trafficked and PROSECUTE the traffickers.
Supported by Stop UK
STOP UK
STOP (Trafficking UK) is a charity working to on a number of initiatives to support trafficked people, and to improve access to services and raise awareness of the urgent problem of modern day slavery in the UK.
Supported by The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army has a long history of working with people who are vulnerable and marginalised across the world. For the last five years, they have had practical direct experience in supporting women who have been trafficked into the UK for sexual purposes, providing accommodation, care and support in a confidential client-based service which addresses the needs of a very vulnerable group.
Supported by Unchosen
Unchosen
Unchosen is an anti-trafficking charity promoting human trafficking film campaigns nationwide. Through film, documentaries, interviews and Q&As, Unchosen raises awareness about domestic servitude, forced labour, child and sex trafficking happening in the UK.
Supported by UN.Gift
UN.Gift
The United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN.GIFT) was conceived to promote the global fight on human trafficking, on the basis of international agreements reached at the UN. To date, 140 parties have signed the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons especially Women and Children, which supplements the Palermo Convention against transnational organized crime.
Supported by Unseen UK
unseen(uk)
unseen(uk) is a charity established to disrupt and challenge human trafficking at all levels. unseen's specific focus is to combat the trafficking of women for sexual exploitation. The driving force behind their work is the desire to see women who have been freed from the sex-trafficking industry in the UK, regaining their dignity and self-worth.

Anya17 Key Contributors

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Ensemble 10/10

RNCM Royal Northern College of Music

Caroline Clegg - Director

Adam Gorb - Composer & Co-founder

Ben Kaye - Librettist & Co-founder

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