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NGOs Airlines Ambassadors International, A21 Anti-Slavery Organisation, and Chab Dai join LUDCI.eu to create a global network voice against human and child trafficking.
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, 18 November 2020 – LUDCI.eu, Luxembourg’s Diplomacy and Communications Institute that leverages media diplomacy for social impact in Luxembourg, has announced three exciting new partnerships with global NGOs dedicated to advancing the standards and prevention of communities affected by human and child trafficking and exploitation. Airlines Ambassadors International, A21 Anti-Slavery Organisation, and Chab Dai join LUDCI.eu to break the cycle of modern-day slavery.
“Working alongside committed organizations like Airlines Ambassadors International, A21 Anti-Slavery Organisation, and Chab Dai, we are committed to delivering a unified front to achieve our global mission,” said Vassilia Orfanou, the Communication Director of LUDCI.eu. “Our hope is to further enable additional partnerships to accelerate our common work and direction towards protecting children’s right globally. We have taken a significant step along the way.”
Through the formation of the NGO alliances, LUDCI.eu is paving the way to build its global media awareness platform, leaping over communication barriers, and educate masses about child trafficking enfranchisement. And, with the support, network, and resources provided by the NGO ecosystem, LUDCI.eu will move its mission closer to worldwide awareness and acceptance that action must happen now to prevent the trafficking growth.
The partnerships between Airlines Ambassadors International, A21 Anti-Slavery Organisation, and Chab Dai represents a pledge today to collaborate work together and transpose the tide of basic human rights.
More about LUDCI.eu’s latest NGO partnerships:
Airlines Ambassadors International (https://airlineamb.org/)
Airline Ambassadors International (AAI) leverages partnerships with the airline industry to help vulnerable children. Comprised of airline employees and others who “travel to make a difference”. AAI provides medical escorts, humanitarian aid to communities around the world and is a leading advocate for awareness of human trafficking prevention in the aviation industry.
A21 Anti-Slavery Organisation (https://www.a21.org/)
A21 is one of the largest organizations in the world solely fighting human trafficking. A21’s Reach, Rescue, and Restore programs work together to provide a comprehensive response to human trafficking. Since 2008, A21 has expanded efforts to 18 locations in 13 countries.
Chab Dai (https://chabdai.org/)
Chab Dai is at the forefront of raising the standards of advocacy, prevention and care for individuals and communities affected by human trafficking and exploitation. Chab Dai (which means “joining hands” in Khmer) was founded in Cambodia in 2005. Chab Dai operates as a “learning community,” recognizing the limitations of individuals and organizations working in isolation. Chab Dai can map emerging good practices and patterns of trafficking and exploitation at macro-, meso-, and grassroots levels.
Organisations looking to connect with LUDCI.eu team can go to https://www.ludci.eu/
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