I AM Campaign

awareness. advocacy. aftercare.

Awareness: Not on Our Watch Symposiums

November 11, 2011 gave birth to the I AM Campaign’s commitment to providing opportunities for people interested (or not so interested) in learning about the realities associated with modern-day slavery. Funded ,in part, by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, these world class collaborative learning gatherings bring together current and potential stakeholders in the international effort to combat modern day slavery.  Each summit is one day, filled with well qualified panelists, special guest speakers, discussion groups and more. 

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Advocacy: Not on Our Watch

Our neighborhood-based approach to advocacy reinforces the fact that local efforts are to be understood within the context of a global community. Therefore we've created a multi-city international task force.  This task force is directly responsible for implementing the Not on Our Watch Initiative. Haiti, Latvia, Romania, Scotland, and the United States are among the countries where we work. 

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Aftercare: Sustainable Solutions

We believe that any effort to combat modern day slavery has to include sustainable forms of aftercare.  To this end, we continue to support a wide range of efforts around the world that provide quality trauma-informed aftercare for the hundreds of thousands of men, women and children who continue to be survivors of this global pandemic.  

Prevention starts with aftercare