CONSIDER that the number one concern about trying to fight human trafficking is often that such a seemingly big issue can be so paralyzing. The Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition works to continually equip individuals, civic groups and non-profits to sustainably fight trafficking by taking a time-oriented approach that addresses big needs with actionable steps for anyone to consider…
START by asking yourself what can I do in 10 minutes, 10 days and 10 months to fight trafficking? Put ideas down on paper, talk them over with family and friends, then get out your smart phone or calendar, and commit these ideas to a date in time to move your conviction into action. Find 10/10/10 ideas from us in the document below, and from other partner organizations by clicking on any of the Expo participants from Freedom Summit 2015.
REFLECT on how your current step of engagement felt to you personally. Who did it impact? Who are you noticing is on this journey with you? Then you can intentionally continue to share with them or invite them to partner with you (family, friends, spouse, etc.)? Noticing these can help you strengthen your impact right where you are, in your current sphere of influence.
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SHARE your story of conviction to action with us. What questions/concerns are coming up for you? We are here to accompany you on the journey. The BAATC strongly believes that the best ideas to fight trafficking are yet to be discovered…share your innovation with us. >>contact us
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Human Trafficking talk at TedX San Mateo
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