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Be safe on social media

We live in a world where everything is only one click away. You can have instant communication with just one click, you can have access to all the information that you need with just one click, you can stay connected with your friend with just one click. It’s that easy.  



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Letter to my father

I do not weep for your passing, but I am filled with a sense of guilt. Luminita was the name that you chose for me; my little light, my ray of sunshine. You rejoiced over my birth as if I were a boy. Do you remember how you took me to all the neighbours to show off your ‘little light’?

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Abolishion Meets Collective Shout

Abolishion's, Leanne Rhodes, interviews Collective Shout's Coralie Alison about all they do as an organisation to fight 'sexploitation' and how it relates to human trafficking.


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What kind of Abolishionist are you?

"We can all do something to fight human trafficking.  Yet we all have different skills and different amounts of time we can give.

Take our quiz to find out what kind of Abolishionist you are


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November 2015 News

October was a busy month with the #adaynhershoes campaign.  The idea was to wear heels for a day and to donate to our Restore Home for survivors of human trafficking.  We saw people from all over the world participate with photos coming in from abolishionists in Australia, UK, USA, Romania and even Spain.

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Human Trafficking Hotline Numbers

One of the best things to to know, when starting to fight trafficking, is where to get help when you need it.  As you learn more you will find certain things start to happen.  You'll start noticing more.  You'll question what you see going in that back alley.  You'll think twice about that couple in the airport where the girl doesn't look very happy.  You'll start to get suspicious about that guy hanging around at the high school. You'll start to wonder about that lady that never comes out of the house across the road.  You'll keep an eye on a house that seems to have lots of male visitors.  

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Freedom Sunday

The shocked faces stared back as Leanne Rhodes, Abolishon’s CEO, shared stories of human trafficking.  Everyone gathered there that day at Bookafe had heard of human trafficking before, but that wasn’t why they were shocked.  

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October 2015 News

The last few months have been a whirlwind of activity here at Abolishion. It doesn't look like it's going to slow down anytime soon! I wanted to update you on what you've been a part of the last few months.

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Targeting Villages in Moldova

Abolishion’s CEO, Leanne Rhodes, made an important trip to Chisinau, Moldova to meet with Liliana Balan from Child Protection.  Liliana said that 6% of the child population in Moldova have been trafficked.  Then she emphasised, “that’s just the ones we know about." 

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A home, not an institution

Last week, Abolishion was invited to meet in Bucharest with governmental officials from the Ministry of Labour and ANITP, Romania’s anti-trafficking agency to discuss standards for providing residential care for survivors of human trafficking.  Guests from Bulgaria and Poland show cased their work in providing residential care.

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