Our Supporters

The Blue Heart Campaign is currently supported by governments, private sector, NGOs, goodwill ambassadors and concerned individuals around the world. It encourages involvement and inspires action to combat human trafficking.

 

Member States

The following countries have joined the Blue Heart Campaign:

 

UNODC Goodwill Ambassadors


UNODC has enlisted the help of prominent personalities from the world of art, music, film, sport and literature to highlight key issues. The Blue Heart campaign is further supported by UNODC Goodwill Ambassadors who use their talent and fame to raise awareness of human trafficking and increase the visibility of victims worldwide. These include, Nadia Murad, Ozark Henry, Mira Sorvino and Coumba Gawlo among others. Mira Sorvino at High-Level meeting of the UNGA on trafficking in persons Nadia Murad raises her voice at the 26th session of CCPCJ to make world listen about human trafficking crimes Nadia Murad's memoir THE LAST GIRL published Ozark Henry Benefit Concert in support of Victims of Human Trafficking Read more about UNODC Goodwill Ambassadors.

 

 

Private Sector and Individuals

Partnership with the private sector and individuals is essential to address the challenges of human trafficking. Accordingly, many corporations have played a critical role in supporting the blue heart campaign through marketing and advertising, mobilising much-needed resources in the fight for justice for victims and hosting gala fundraising events aimed at promoting the blue heart in the fight for justice for victims. See for example, Artists UNited Against Human Trafficking initiative, Music to Inspire initiative, Blue Heart gala event in Panama, Blue Heart fund-raising event in Vienna, and Interspar advertising. Fund-raising event in Vienna, 2014

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Read more about support from private sector and individuals.

 

 

Civil Society Alliance of NGOs on Crime Prevention & Criminal Justice supports the Blue Heart Campaign.

 

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