Commitment to Action

U.S. Child Sex Slavery Social Action Campaign

Commitment by

Jane Wells, 3 Generations

In 2010, 3 Generations committed to launch the U.S. Child Sex Slavery Social Action Campaign, which uses the power of digital media, social networks, and human stories to raise awareness about - and inspire action to end - child sex slavery in the United States. In support of this commitment, 3 Generations will film and broadly share the stories of the survivors, advocates, and law enforcement officials working to support the prevention, rescue, and rehabilitation of the 100,000 to 300,000 children currently enslaved by the commercial sex trade in the United States.

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Commitment

U.S. Child Sex Slavery Social Action Campaign

Launched

2010

Est. Duration

5 Years

Estimated Total Value

$850,000

Region

Europe, Northern America

Countries

SWEDEN, United States

Commitment by

Jane Wells, 3 Generations

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

Witness, Boston Initiative to Advance Human Rights, Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center, GEMS Education, The National Crittenton Foundation, Minnesota Police Department, DNA Foundation, Polaris Project