Human trafficking in the sex trade is entirely funded by the men who purchase sexual services. And while it begins as a man’s issue, too few men are involved in addressing the problem.
MET MISSION: To mobilize men from local churches to prevent human trafficking in Canada’s sex industry and to advocate for those impacted by it.
What MET is doing right now:
- Presentations at churches, conferences, and men’s groups.
- Court support for exploited young people testifying against their abusers.
- Security & transitional support for young people leaving the sex trade.
- Christmas banquets to bless formerly exploited women and their families.
If you require support or would like to book a MET presentation, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org“How long will you keep judging unfairly and favoring evil people? …Defend the helpless… Rescue the weak and homeless from the powerful hands of heartless people.” Psalm 82: 2-4
WATCH FOR OUR WEBSITE WWW.MENENDINGTRAFFICKING.CA
Watch John, Richard and Jermaine from The MET Taskforce in an interview with Cheryl Weber on 100 Huntley Street, July 2015.
2017 CHRISTMAS BANQUETS:
October 2017 DNA Conference, Peoples Church, Toronto
2017 Summer Barbeque:
People’s Church Men’s Breakfast, January 2017
MET Victim-Witness Support:
In October, MET, along with help from partnering agencies, launched an initiative to support human trafficking victims as they testify in court.