in the media
Ontario government to require school boards implement anti-sex trafficking strategy “We need an intersectional approach that recognizes who is trafficked most in Ontario – girls, Indigenous and racialized youth, newcomers, youth in care, LGBTQ2S+ youth … any framework that does not center on them will ultimately fail.” Our Executive Director Marissa Kokkoros provides commentary in this article by The Globe
Aura Freedom awarded a Mayor’s community safety award Recognition from our hometown of Toronto. We’ve been recognized by the City of Toronto with a Mayor’s Community Safety Award for our Peer Prevention Project preventing sexual exploitation and gender-based violence among youth. The grassroots is where the magic happens. Happy to see the City of Toronto honouring small, grassroots groups doing
PORNHUB BANS UPLOADS FROM UNVERIFIED USERS AFTER CHILD EXPLOITATION ALLEGATIONS Our Executive Director provides commentary in this Globe & Mail article.
ottawa urged to act against mindgeek, owner of pornhub, over child exploitation Our Executive Director provides comments in this Globe & Mail artcile.
An interview for women deliver on human rights day Check out this Q & A for Women Deliver with our Executive Director Marissa Kokkoros and Osowobi Oluwaseun Ayodeji on the need for education to prevent gender-based violence. The key is making that education intersectional!
relentless Resilience named one of canada’s top recovery projects In November, Future of Good recognized the Relentless Resilience campaign with a Canada’s Top 100 Recovery Projects Award! Projects recognized with this award are all a part of the ‘Leave no one behind’ rallying cry by the UN that has recognized that it is more crucial than ever to build awareness around the