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New Training Room in Amsterdam

Amsterdam, The Netherlands We aren’t done yet, but we’re getting close. Last year two intrepid Juniper Networks employees took their company ethos into their own hands, and used their technical skills to help build better lives on their own time. David and Leila wanted to share their skills, and they came to Not For Sale […]

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Announcing NOT FOR SALE Coffee in the Netherlands

In April 2013, Not For Sale announced the launch of a series of organic soups in collaboration with the global retail giant HEMA.  This week, less than a year later, we are happy to announce the second product in partnership with HEMA; a high grown espresso coffee. The newly launched coffee comes in two different […]
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Fighting human trafficking takes strategy and innovation. Looking back at everything that happened in the last month of 2013 we still have some amazing highlights to share. In the Netherlands and globally, Juniper Networks is creating new solutions to the issue of human trafficking, and we’re proud to call them our partner. Selling SOUP to […]
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Small Steps Lead to Big Impact

Amsterdam, Netherlands On October 14th and 15th Not For Sale and 42 of Juniper Networks executives and top performing employees from Europe, Middle East and Africa held a joint conference, exploring how our partnership could best be used to fight human trafficking. It was a cozy, rainy day when the team sat down in Oude […]

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Not For Sale Soup Wins Two Design Awards

In February, Not For Sale launched a new brand identity, including a new logo that reflects the organization’s innovative methods of fighting human trafficking.  The designers behind the new logo, Tosh Hall and Jessica Minn, not only headed up the pro bono rebranding initiative, but also designed the label for Not For Sale’s newest product; the […]
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Cooking as a Form of Rehabilitation

56 year old Adhira came to Not For Sale Netherlands after almost 15 years of indentured servitude in a local household. When told about the internship program, she was unsure if she wanted to do it because she already had significant experience cooking. But she decided to opt in because she was told that she […]

Trafficking Routes from Africa to Europe

One in three women receiving assistance at our shelters in the Netherlands come from West Africa. The majority of women come from Nigeria and Guinea, but we are also seeing women from Togo, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast and Ghana. To understand why we are seeing so many women from Africa it is critical to understand […]


Research Highlights Indicators of Trafficking into the Netherlands

Not For Sale works across four continents, in regions fraught with slavery and social injustice. Often, the biggest factors contributing to vulnerability overlap from one region to another. However, the nature and incidence of exploitation are usually highly dependent on political, economic and social factors local to that region.

City of Amsterdam takes new steps towards regulating prostitution in the red-light district

In November of last year, we reported that city officials in the Netherlands’ capital had begun to discuss changes to the laws surrounding legalized prostitution in the red-light district. This month, our Not For Sale Netherlands team has reported progress towards the strengthening of regulations and oversight to ensure the protection of women working behind […]


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