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IOHR launches its women’s rights campaign, “#ItsNotAMatch: Stop Online Sex trafficking” at the Million Women Rise march in London.

9th March 2019

What: IOHR launches its women’s rights campaign, “#ItsNotAMatch: Stop Online Sex trafficking” at the Million Women Rise women only march in London.
When: Saturday 9 March 2019, 12:30pm

Where: Duke Street, London W1U 1AT

The International Observatory of Human Rights begins its women’s rights programme for 2019 with the launch of their anti-online sex trafficking campaign #ItsNotAMatch.

The campaign is dedicated to building awareness about the role of online portals/platforms in recruiting women to the sex trafficking trade globally.

IOHR staff and supporters will march along with a number of feminists, and women’s rights activists — guests of honour — all mostly women who have been interviewed on IOHRTV segments and have contributed to our many campaigns and initiatives.

The participants at the women’s only march will be promoting the #ItsNotAMatch campaign, distributing informative leaflets about signs of potential online predators and most importantly promoting the national hotline for victims of sex trafficking.

A number of IOHR ambassadors, young college students will join the march wearing the organization’s blue t-shirts and supporting the values of the #ItsNotAMatch campaign.

A TV segment will be produced and broadcast on IOHRTV.

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