An NY Emmy nominated public awareness campaign by ECPAT-USA that alerts hotels and travelers alike to educate themselves about the signs of sex trafficking, with a call to action. Produced by Liam Billingham through the BRIC Media Share Program.
what i've been through is not who i am
This documentary brings together a diverse set of experts from juvenile justice, law enforcement, advocates, and services providers to speak about the traumatic effects of commercial sexual exploitation of children. Katrina, a survivor of trafficking, and experts in the field provide a glimpse of a cycle of violence and a broken system. Katrina challenges us to see survivors in terms of their humanity, value and potential―not their past. Once we see exploited children in these terms, we realize our response to their trauma is in critical need of reform.
it happens here
The ECPAT-USA team hit the streets of NYC to ask people what they know about child sex trafficking and filmed their answers. In our short PSA we highlight some of the common myths and misconceptions about trafficking and exploitation. Help us spread the truth about this issue by sharing it with your friends. Produced by Valentina Canavesio through the BRIC Media Share Program.
Testimony By Survivor of Trafficking
In this brief video, Katrina Owens describes having been brought to hotels by men who exploited her, and what happened when she got there.
CNN Freedom Project
CNN's Freedom Project is shining a spotlight on the horrors of modern-day slavery by amplifying the voices of the victims, highlighting success stories, and helping unravel the complicated tangle of criminal enterprises trading in human life. This video covers ECPAT-USA's work in mobilizing the hospitality industry to end trafficking. Learn more about the CNN Freedom Project here.