Free Toolkits to Help Raise Awareness about Human Trafficking
04 JULY 2014
MTV EXIT has two free toolkits that young people can use to raise awareness about human trafficking in their communities.
The EXIT Map is a multimedia approach to anti trafficking in persons training using videos, drama, art and games. It includes six hours of activities, an assessment tool, an explanation of the trafficking process, and exploration of survivor reintegration and discrimination. It is available in English.
My EXIT Plan is an 8-step toolkit to guide anti-trafficking action. It includes tips from MTV EXIT's Youth Leaders, as well as tips for online and on-the-ground activities. In addition to the English version, country-specific versions are available for Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippines.
Please download these free toolkits from the documents section below.
- My EXIT Plan.pdf
- My EXIT Plan_Philippines Hiligaynon.pdf
- My EXIT Plan Vietnam.pdf
- My EXIT Plan Philippines_Tagalog.pdf
- My EXIT Plan Thailand.pdf
- My EXIT Plan Ukraine.pdf
- My EXIT Plan Indonesia.pdf
- My EXIT Plan Philippines_Bisaya.pdf
- My EXIT Plan Philippines_Chavacano.pdf
- My EXIT Plan Cambodia.pdf
- My EXIT Plan Myanmar.pdf
- MTV EXIT_The EXIT Map.pdf
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About MTV EXIT
MTV EXIT is the world’s largest behaviour change campaign in the fight against human trafficking and exploitation.
Harnessing the power of the MTV brand, MTV EXIT has one vision: to contribute to a reduction of human trafficking through the design and implementation of innovative campaigns that equip young people to make informed, empowered decisions.
With the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), MTV EXIT works closely with key stakeholders and influencers across the globe, including international and local celebrities, media and corporate partners, anti-trafficking and youth organisations, government agencies and young people to create targeted campaigns that promote safe migration, and encourage communities to take social action.