Men Ending Trafficking

Greg & Andrew MET 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:  john.cassells@sim.org 

MET Logo Colour“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

 

COMING SOON:

WATCH FOR OUR WEBSITE WWW.MENENDINGTRAFFICKING.CA 

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MET at CTS CropWatch John, Richard and Jermaine from The MET Taskforce in an interview with Cheryl Weber on 100 Huntley Street, July 2015. 

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS:

2017 CHRISTMAS BANQUETS:

Xmas 2017 Post

 

October 2017 DNA Conference, Peoples Church, Toronto

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2017 Summer Barbeque:

BBQ 2017 Group Pic

 

People’s Church Men’s Breakfast, January 2017

Jeremy Ranasinghe gives a MET Update

Jeremy Ranasinghe gives a MET Update

 

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.

READ THE FULL STORY HERE!

CLICK FOR CTV CLIP: DAY ONE IN COURT

CLICK FOR CTV CLIP: DAY ONE IN COURT

 

 

100 Huntley Street Interview with Cheryl Weber

100 Huntley Street Interview with Cheryl Weber

 

Public Awareness:

Men Ending Trafficking at Springvale Church, 2017

Men Ending Trafficking at Springvale Church, 2017

2 thoughts on “Men Ending Trafficking

  1. Hey John,
    As a survivor and as a Peer Support Manager at VoiceFound I would like to thank you for all that you do. Seeing the picture of MET makes me a little weepy. Your support is so important to me and many others still struggling in the sex trade.

    Looking forward to working together.

    Simone Bell

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