Fighting for Justice Foundation runs outreach projects, including:
1. Annual Field Trips into the Asia Region and beyond as a form of preventative education on slavery and trafficking for vulnerable women and children in remote communities;
2. Local women's outreach projects; and
3. Men's Workshops addressing GBV behaviours and attitudes that leads to demand.
Here was our article highlighting our 2017 International Women's Day campaign.
We believe that #IDidThat is a better approach in campaigns than #metoo, and believe in the power or taking responsibility for behaviours that are unhealthy, and empowering all persons to become the best possible versions of themselves.
Our team of committed, skilled volunteers provide rights projects and rights education for women and children that diverts the prevalence of human trafficking and gender based violence against the most vulnerable.
Slave markets are unfortunately common around the world, particularly in vulnerable communities, such as within the displaced asylum seeker communities. Andrea has been providing human rights education to vulnerable communities in the Australasia region since 2010 in partnership with local established organisations, elders and community leaders - who are supported by the provision of educational resources for their sustainable long term involvement in the prevention of slavery and human trafficking in their local communities.
Contact us if you would like to join our team this year!
If you are interested in donating your time, resources or funds to these important human rights advocacy trips, or if you would like to contribute your skills on one of our trips: contact us.
Fighting for Justice Foundation's outreach work is steeped in academic research and thought leadership, is focused on prevention and diversion of harms against the vulnerable and seeks to support all persons to make healthy choices.
Our outreach to men through our men-led pledge Campaign: Demand an End to Demand provides an opportunity for men to:
1. stand against gender based and sexual violence in their communities;
2. attend our political rallies;
3. sign our petition; and
4. take part in our End Demand therapeutic human rights Workshops: more information at www.endthedemand.com