This October, The Domino Foundation shines a RED LIGHT on Human Trafficking in a bid to raise awareness against this modern day form of slavery.

Throughout the week of the 03 – 07 October, we’re asking the public to take a stand and use their (cyber) voices to raise awareness against this evil. Join in on our #ISeeYou Campaign and add your voice to call the end to human trafficking.

#ISeeYou what does it mean?

The concept of #Bagging was inspired by the survivors of Human Trafficking themselves. With 15 million vulnerable individuals in Africa falling prey to Human Trafficking alone, the reality is that most of these individuals are invisible or ANonymous. Where are they?

So, the idea of placing a bag over your head (hiding your identity), with the letters A.N. inscribed, represents us taking a stand and saying, “I see you” – making the world more aware of the day-to-day realities of millions of A.Nonymous individuals.

Help stop human trafficking by saying, “I see you” to  ‘A.Nonymous’ trafficked survivors and vulnerable women and children and acknowledge that every 30 seconds someone becomes a victim of human trafficking. Join us by simply:

  1. Change your profile picture to the image below (Save/Download, then update on FB)
  2. Share the image from our online platforms (The Domino Foundation / Red Light Anti-Human Trafficking)
  3. Make a status using the hashtag #ISeeYou and #Bagging


Having recently joined the fight against human trafficking, The Domino Foundation seeks to see individuals and communities within South Africa living with dignity, justice, hope and purpose through transformation achieved by showing acts of mercy, combating injustice and empowering lives.

In conjunction with the National Freedom Network, South Africa is shining a light on Human Trafficking through an Awareness week from Monday 3rd October to Friday 7th October. This week will provide a perfect platform to relaunch Red Light as a programme of The Domino Foundation as well as raise much-needed awareness to combat the scourge of Human Trafficking. This week also allows YOU, the public, to actively get involved, say #ISeeYou and play a part in ending Human Trafficking.

*South African National Human Trafficking Resource line.

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