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Ozark Henry Benefit Concert in support of Victims of Human Trafficking

Brazilian Blue Heart Campaign launch with UNODC's Executive Director Yury Fedotov, Justice Minister José Eduardo Cardozo and singer Ivete Sangalo. Credit: Isaac Amorin 24 October 2017 - Ozark Henry's concert in Vienna is a fundraising initiative under the Blue Heart Campaign against Human Trafficking, actively sponsored by the Permanent Mission of Belgium in Vienna, with the kind support of ORF Radiokulturhaus and UNODC. All proceeds from this event will go to the United Nations Voluntary Trust Fund for Victims of Trafficking in Persons, which provides assistance and protection to the victims of trafficking through specialized NGOs across the globe.

 

French Sole relaunches Blue Heart Shoe

Brazilian Blue Heart Campaign launch with UNODC's Executive Director Yury Fedotov, Justice Minister José Eduardo Cardozo and singer Ivete Sangalo. Credit: Isaac Amorin 22 December 2015 - French Sole has announced the relaunch of its limited edition Blue Heart Shoe in aid of the United Nations Blue Heart Campaign. Designed in collaboration with Beulah London, 25% of profits made from each pair sold will be donated directly to the Trust Fund.

 

 

 

Austrian business leaders show a heart for victims of human trafficking

Brazilian Blue Heart Campaign launch with UNODC's Executive Director Yury Fedotov, Justice Minister José Eduardo Cardozo and singer Ivete Sangalo. Credit: Isaac Amorin 3 November 2014 - The UN Voluntary Trust Fund for Victims of Trafficking in Persons received a U$ 250,000 boost in donations from the private sector at a fund-raising event in Vienna.

 

 

 

UNODC and London-based watchmakers in timely partnership to help victims of human trafficking

Brazilian Blue Heart Campaign launch with UNODC's Executive Director Yury Fedotov, Justice Minister José Eduardo Cardozo and singer Ivete Sangalo. Credit: Isaac Amorin 18 January 2012 - Backes and Strauss, the London-based watchmakers, have decided to support UNODC in raising funds for victims of human trafficking by launching an exclusive line of "Victoria Blue Heart watches".

 

 

 

Blue for good: fashion with a conscience for victims of human trafficking  

  Brazilian Blue Heart Campaign launch with UNODC's Executive Director Yury Fedotov, Justice Minister José Eduardo Cardozo and singer Ivete Sangalo. Credit: Isaac Amorin 28 December 2011 - As part of its efforts to forge partnerships with the private sector, the Blue Heart Campaign has entered into a joint venture with luxury fashion label Beulah London, a socially conscious brand which, through the manufacture of its fashion items, works with women who have escaped the sex trade in India. 

 

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With your help, we can give back to victims what the human traffickers have stolen from them: DIGNITY!

How to contribute? Contributions to the Fund may be accepted from governments, intergovernmental or non-governmental organizations, private-sector organizations and the public at large, in accordance with the United Nations Financial Regulations and Rules. Acceptance of funds from the private sector will be guided by criteria stipulated in the  UN Secretary-General's guidelines on cooperation between the UN and Business Community.

The UN Trust Fund for Victims of Trafficking in Persons is managed by the UN Offcie on Drugs and Crime. All UNODC safe working as part of the Trust Fund Secretariat are paid by UNODC, thus allowing the Trust Fund to direct most of its funds to specialised NGOs and to use only 10% of funds as direct operational costs.  Donate online via the UN Foundation (this donation is tax-deductible for companies and individuals in the U.S.) through the  DONATION LINK   or with a major credit card via the  United Nations Foundation Portal.

Contributions are accepted in United States Dollars or any fully convertible currency. Contributions can be deposited into the following UNODC bank account:

Bank name:  Bank Austria

Account name: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Bank code: Austrian BLZ Code 12000

BIC/Swift code: BKAUATWW

Account no. 52515 025 025

IBAN: AT82 1200 0525 1502 5025

Reference: UN Voluntary Trust Fund for Victims of Trafficking in Persons

Bank address: Vienna International Center, Wagramerstrasse 5, A-1400 Vienna, Austria 

Bank name:  JP Morgan Chase Bank

Account name: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

ABA: 021 000 021

BIC/Swift code: CHASU33

Account no. 485 00 1594

Reference: UN Voluntary Trust Fund for Victims of Trafficking in Persons

Bank address: International Agencies Banking, 270 Park Avenue, 43rd Floor, New York, NY 10017-2014, USA

 

 

 


 

 

Recent News

     

Annual Report 2017

The 2017 Annual Report provides an overview of the management of the Trust Fund and outlines the call for proposals launched for the Third Grant Cycle and activities supported.

UNVTF Brochure

The UNVTF brochure highlights the work and achievements of the Trust Fund and its NGO partners. Learn more about the progress and impact of our projects around the globe. 

Trust Fund at a Glance

The UN Trust Fund for Victims of Trafficking in Persons is enabling specialized protection and direct assistance to 3,000 victims every year. Click here for translations in: EN, FR, SP and CH.

Call for Proposals

The Trust Fund's small grants programme awards multi-year grants to non-governmental organizations around the world that provide direct assistance to victims of human trafficking.

 

Useful links

 
UNVTF NewsRoom UNVTF Newsletter
Human Trafficking Testimonials UNODC and Human Trafficking
UN Blue Heart Campaign Against Human Trafficking United Nations Global Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons

 

 

 

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