A Call to Men: Are you looking for a way to engage in the fight against human trafficking? Do you want to explore what defines male masculinity, healthy relationships, and violence prevention?
UAHT has launched a virtual Men’s Accountability Discussion Group to end the demand for sex trafficking and is looking for male participants. The group will use the Stopping Sexual Exploitation: A Program For Men (SSE) curriculum, a non-judgmental program based on principles of social justice and personal transformation. The curriculum -- and discussion group -- explore several topics like the harms of sexual exploitation, power and violence and is open to all men.
UAHT is looking for a total of 12 men to virtually participate in two separate groups -- 6 men per group -- for 10 weeks.
One group will start Tuesday, May 4, and the second group will begin Thursday, June 3. The time commitment will be evenings from 6 to 9 p.m.
Here's what previous participants had to say about the program:
"Amazing facilitators, impassioned [participants], and worthwhile and thought-provoking knowledge learned/shared!"
"It provides a wealth of knowledge and resources for EVERYONE -- an ally or victim."
If you’re interested in participating in these crucial discussions, please sign up by May 3.
PLEASE NOTE: This program does NOT require that volunteers have considered or purchased sex or engaged in sex trafficking. It is your personal insights and opinions on the subject of exploitation that we seek.
Upcoming SSE Schedule
May Cohort: Starts Tuesday, May 4, and Ends Tuesday, July 6
June Cohort: Starts Thursday, June 3, and Ends Thursday, Aug. 5
To end human trafficking through preventing exploitation, educating the community, and empowering survivors.
United Against Human Trafficking (UAHT) believes that no human life should be for sale. Children and teenagers, men and women are exploited for sex and labor in our city every day. We exist to change that through awareness, education, and outreach. Our vision: We fight so that all may live free.
Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
March 29, 2021
Verbal / Written Communication
Every Tuesday OR Thursday for two hours, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., depending on the group.