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Students working to end human trafficking

Bras to end human trafficing

​Every Wednesday in March, Alpha Phi Sigma students will be in the Education Centre Hallway to raise awareness about human trafficking and to collect very specific donations of gently used or new bras and unwanted cellphones.

Bras that are donated will be sent around the world to aid survivors of sex trafficking start their own business selling second had clothing. For more information visit: freethegirls.org

Donated cellphones will be sent to the organization Walk With Me Canada Victim Services, based out of Hamilton, Ontario. For more information on this organization visit: walkwithme.org

It’s all part of Alpha Phi Sigma’s campaign to raise awareness of the growing issue of human trafficking, to change the perception of what human trafficking is and to relate to students on the Nipissing campus.

Check out the Criminal Justice Department’s human trafficking awareness video featuring Nipisisng’s president and vice-chancellor, Dr. Mike DeGagne, dean of the Schulich School of Education, Dr. Carole Richardson; and assistant vice-president, students, Casey Phillips.

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Alpha Phi Sigma recognizes academic excellence of Undergraduate and Graduate students of Criminal Justice, as well as Juris Doctorate students. The goals of Alpha Phi Sigma are to honour and promote academic excellence, community service, educational leadership and unity.

For more information about Alpha Phi Sigma's initiatives and how you can help prevent this crime that represents a consistent and pervasive assault on human rights contact nualphaphisigma@gmail.com

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