Together Against Trafficking has been founded by students at the University of Cambridge to raise awareness on sex trafficking through participative events and to raise funds for victims in India.
We hope to raise awareness through interactive events so as to make the experience more memorable, therefore more effectively spreading our message. It is not one purely of depicting the brutality of this human trade, but also of conveying the hope that the rescued girls have in a better future, by being exposed to new opportunities. We are partnered with Be Aware Now, who similarly use interactive art performances to raise awareness amongst the youth.
The funds raised from our interactive events will go directly to the girls themselves, who are in centers run by one of our partner organizations (Rescue Foundation) in Mumbai, Pune, Boisar and Delhi (India). We will also be selling hand-made products by these talented girls (a website selling these products will be created shortly).
Our ultimate aim is to create a worldwide student network in support of the fight against sex trafficking. So please support our awareness campaign by sharing our page and coming to our events! With united hands, we can get that one step closer to equality!
Contact: Clara von Thungen-Reichenbach (cmeev2 [at] cam [dot] ac [dot] uk).
QCOEF is an open committee of students and fellows from Queens’ and Clare Colleges, Cambridge. QCOEF raises and allocates funds for education-related projects in developing countries. We continue to support all kinds of projects across the world, donating to organisations which ensure that all the money we raise in college directly benefits those most in need. We regularly host events across both colleges, ranging from our annual Garden Party, to pub quizzes, and even FIFA tournaments! Being a part of QCOEF is a great way to take an active part in college life, and know you’re doing some good in the process.
If you would like to get involved, please contact Eva Roney (er487) briefly outlining what role you would enjoy the most (for example, events management, finding sponsorship, contacting charities, or publicity) and stop by our stand at the Clare Freshers Fair!
Eva Roney: er487 [at] cam [dot] ac [dot] uk
Amnesty International is the world’s largest human rights organisation and we campaign as part of that movement to promote human rights to members of Cambridge University and to end specific human rights abuses. Members meet once a week to organise university-wide campaigns, write urgent action letters, fundraise and sign petitions. Every and any student is welcome to volunteer, attend an event, write a letter, to gather signatures for a petition…to be a part of Cambridge Amnesty is simply to give a care about human rights.
Laura Bates (New Hall College): lb658 [at] cam [dot] ac [dot] uk