Sonja's 20 in 2020 Challenge
- £15 could pay for a simple hygiene pack for someone who just been rescued from slavery in the UK
- £50 could help provide access to therapeutic services, helping a survivor come to terms with their experience
- £100 can help provide essential training to the police officers, prosecutors and the judiciary to help ensure those responsible for trafficking are brought to justice
My 20 challenges for 2020 are: Complete a cardio marathon every month, Daily 25 squats and 5 minutes of intense core exercises, Read a book a month, No alcohol for 20 days each month, Write in a journal every day, Achieve 10,000 steps a day, A weekly random act of kindness to a stranger, Drink a cup of green tea every day, Volunteer my time for a good cause each month, Self-care - spend some time on me each month, Icing on the Cake half marathon trail run, Sutton 10k run, Quiz night, Night walk - 20-30 miles (to prep for IOW), Climb Snowdon, Isle of Wight Challenge - 106km walk, The Fan Dance - 15 miles up Pen Y Fan (twice) carrying 12kg, Skydive, House gathering, Kiss a Giraffe - Please support me if you can, even £1 will keep me going. It is estimated that more than 40 million people worldwide are in slavery - 136,000 in the UK alone. Victims like 17-year-old Maria* from Romania, who was taken from a friend's house, sold for a few thousand pounds, brought to the UK and then abused by countless men. Maria’s story, unfortunately, is not unusual. But Justice and Care are building a force to win the fight against human trafficking. They bring together experts from different disciplines to tackle human trafficking. They focus on destroying the criminal networks responsible, whilst employing an end to end transnational approach; incorporating prevention work in communities, supporting investigations, providing care to survivors and working with governments to spark systemic change.
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