Japan faces significant challenges with human trafficking, manifesting in labor exploitation, particularly among foreign technical interns and students, and the sexual exploitation of Japanese nationals, including coercive involvement in the adult entertainment industry. Despite being a developed nation, Japan is a destination, source, and transit country for men, women, and children subjected to forced labor and sex trafficking. The Japanese government has acknowledged the issue and is taking measures to combat it, yet the problem persists, with civil society organizations like Not For Sale Japan actively working to raise awareness, support victims, and promote ethical consumption to combat these human rights abuses.
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Our Mission and Purpose
Not For Sale Japan (NFSJ) is dedicated to eradicating modern-day slavery and human trafficking within Japan and across the globe. With a clear aim to inform, educate, and engage the public, NFSJ is a beacon of hope and action in the fight against this global scourge.
NFSJ conducts various activities to raise awareness of human trafficking, emphasizing its global and local presence and encouraging public involvement.
Through NFSJ Café, NFSJ offers casual learning opportunities about human trafficking and slavery, hosting discussions and film screenings to educate and inspire action.
NFSJ curates and recommends a selection of books and films to foster understanding and motivate action against human trafficking and modern slavery.
Ethical Consumption Seminar
Highlighting the seminar on ‘ethical consumption,’ NFSJ shares knowledge on how consumer choices can protect human rights and support the fight against trafficking.
Social Media Campaign
Volunteering and Donations
NFSJ encourages volunteering and financial support for NGOs working against human trafficking, emphasizing that every individual has a role to play.