STOP has future projects to set up Rescue centers and Rehabilitation centers both in countries where young victims are sold and forced to serve as sex slaves, and in their home countries, where traffickers are operating. This includes but is not limited to: West Africa, South-east Asia, Eastern Europe, Colombia and anywhere sexual slavery continues to cause casualties.
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Stop Trafficking Of People is a 501 (c) (3) Public Charity incorporated under number F030730000436.

They support STOP.

S.T.O.P. is a cause close to my heart.
It is shameful that so many women and children are still being enslaved in such a brutal manner and subjected to sexual servitude in this modern-day and age.

JESSYE NORMAN


Soprano opera singer

Founding Member

Other supporters

I am very proud to be supporting Stop Trafficking Of People, a humanitarian organization that is fighting for a cause that is very dear to my heart: the fight against sexual slavery. Trafficking in persons for sexual purposes is considered by many to be an unpleasant subject and is too often treated as a low priority. The number of victims is increasing every day. No country in the world escapes this scourge. Fighting it and helping to fight it is a huge task that should mobilize us all.

DR. DENIS MUKWEGE

Nobel Peace Prize 2018

Honorary President of STOP

“It is a great honor to represent Stop Trafficking of People, a humanitarian organization that provides survivors of sexual slavery with resources for recovery, re-empowerment, and return to everyday life.”

CHARLOTTE GAINSBOURG
 

Actress, Singer

STOP Advocate

Board Members

Anthony Aalto

Writer

Bernard Bajolet

Former Director General
of External Security

of France

Randy Becker

President of NexTV Entertainment

John Blaney

Former US Ambassador
to Liberia (ret.)

Jacques-Paul Klein

UN Under
Secretary-General (ret.)

David Robinson

Attorney

Jean-Marc de la Sabliere

Former French Ambassador
to Italy

Souren-Georges Seraydarian

UN Assistant
Secretary-General (ret.)