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About IOM X

IOM X is the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) innovative campaign to encourage safe migration and public action to stop exploitation and human trafficking.

The campaign leverages the power and popularity of media and technology to inspire young people and their communities to act against human trafficking. IOM X moves beyond raising awareness to effecting behaviour change by applying a Communication for Development (C4D), evidenced-based and participatory framework to tailor messaging for its activities.

IOM X’s activities include developing media content for television and online platforms and digital innovations with leading technology companies and capacity building resources, with an aim to raise awareness of human trafficking and actions that can be taken to help fight it.

All IOM X videos and resources are available free-of-charge to individuals, organizations and broadcasters.

IOM X is produced in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and works closely with celebrities, private sector partners, government agencies, NGOs and youth groups across Asia Pacific.

What you can do

LEARN about exploitation and human trafficking. You can do this by viewing IOM X videos, using the eLearning portal or downloading IOM X Learn, an easy-to-follow facilitation guide to hold your own awareness-raising workshop.

ACT in a way that prevents exploitation and human trafficking. You can do this by following IOM X tips for travelling, shopping and migration, or by downloading IOM X Act, a toolkit for holding your own awareness-raising event.

SHARE information about exploitation and human trafficking with others. You can do this by screening one of IOM X’s free videos in your community or downloading IOM X Share, a ready-made presentation about human trafficking that you can tailor for your audience. Following IOM X on social media makes it easy for you to share facts, stories and more with friends with a simple click.

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