NFS News Archive September, 2012

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President Obama announces efforts to combat Human Trafficking at home and abroad

Obama’s Executive Order Supports Supply Chain Initiatives

Earlier this week, President Obama announced several initiatives involving businesses’ supply chains that will strengthen his zero-tolerance policy of human trafficking in the United States. Not For Sale has been a key player in presenting corporations with new supply chain standards and working them through the transformative process.


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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Not For Sale Join Together to Fight Slavery

The Los Angeles-based rock band, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, has joining Not For Sale to raise awareness and funds in the fight against human trafficking and modern-day slavery. Not For Sale began partnering with bands this January to raise funds, awareness, and action around the issue of human trafficking and modern-day slavery. It’s a platform that ties a common experience for everyone (music), with a cause that is fighting a major problem in our world. Previous campaigns featured the Plain White T’s, Tenth Avenue North, Third Day, Enation, and The Wrecking.

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Human Trafficking And The Election 2012: Part 1 – TVPA

In the run up to this year’s election, we will be releasing informative reports on human trafficking in the United States, to help you become an informed voter on the issue of modern-day slavery. Over the next eight weeks, we will focus on the candidates, propositions and amendments that will come up to the vote in November as well, and America’s influence on human trafficking around the world.

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Road To REBBL Raises $150,000–Supports Community Development In Peru

Last year in Peru, nearly 50% of human trafficking in the country took place in the Amazon—an area where only 11% of the population lives. This year, Not For Sale began working to provide economic infrastructure and develop tools stop the cycle of exploitation in the area. While launching the Road to REBBL, an amazing […]

The women have taken instant ownership of the home and are incredibly proud to be earning and managing their keep.

Not For Sale Provides A Transition Home For Survivors Seeking A New Future

Last week, eight women moved from shelters in Delhi to the Not For Sale transition home. The women were all either survivors of trafficking or highly vulnerable to it. The transition home is part of our larger plan of action in Delhi to provide opportunities of employment for survivors of trafficking in the region, reintegrating them into society.
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HOME Soup Expands to Selling Soup at Juniper Networks

Last week, HOME soup–the social enterprise employing survivors at Not For Sale Netherlands–expanded to now feature catering! The move began at the Amsterdam location of Juniper Networks, a global technology company that has partnered with Not For Sale to create new futures for survivors of modern-day slavery.


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