NFS News Archive September, 2011
Not For Sale South Africa hosted a groundbreaking meeting between senior law enforcement officials and a shelter for survivors of human trafficking in Cape Town this week. The meeting marked the first time that both service providers sat down together to establish how they can work closely to stop human trafficking in the future.
The Not For Sale Store enjoyed record-breaking success with its latest high profile t-shirt campaign.
The store joined forces with Sevenly.org to launch the organic funding model’s first ever cause produced t-shirt campaign last week.
Final figures showed that the limited edition Not For Sale t-shirts were a huge hit with Abolitionists across the globe
We’d like to invite YOU to join them at a private video shoot for a one-on-one meet & greet with these top performers.
Starting on September 26th, the first 25 Abolitionists to register for the Global Forum using the special code “MUSICPROMO” will join Paul Colman, The Wrecking, Enation, and NomiS at the secret location for an intimate show.
For the first time in history, fashion has joined the movement to end slavery…
Not For Sale is pleased to announce it’s globalpartnership with ALLSAINTS SPITALFIELDS
Not For Sale has inked a sponsorship deal with one of the Netherlands’ leading budget retailers ahead of the organization’s upcoming Montara Circle.
Dutch dime-store giants, HEMA have signed on as local fiscal sponsors for the innovative event, which is set to take place in Amsterdam this week.
Last week Representative Chris Smith (R, NJ-4) introduced bipartisan federal legislation that will reauthorize the historic Trafficking Victims Protection Act, which enhances the government’s efforts to combat human trafficking in the United States and abroad. The law was first passed in 2000 and is set to expire at the end of September.
Aspiring chef Annan, who originally comes from an impoverished village on the Thai-Burmese border, began making jewelry earlier this year in bid to continue his culinary school classes.
The 18-year-old is the first person in his family to ever receive an education and is determined to create a better future for himself after spending the last five years under the care of Not For Sale Thailand’s Director Kru Nam.
London, England (September 19th, 2011)—In a new international effort to fight human trafficking and end modern-day slavery, London-based high-end fashion retailer AllSaints Spitalfields has announced the launch of an innovative partnership with the global anti-slavery group, Not For Sale.
The Not For Sale Academy and the Global Forum invite you to join the movement to end modern-day slavery.
ATTEND the GLOBAL FORUM on HUMAN TRAFFICKING and the NOT FOR SALE ACADEMY . . . all for one low price.