What is an Abolition Group?

An Abolition group is a group of friends, family, work colleagues etc. that come together to concretize their passion and commitment to end human trafficking through fundraising and the implementation of awareness-raising activities. These activities are diverse and varied; they can range from inviting people for home-prepared meals to discussing over a drink or even sponsoring activities. CCIF team will offer the needed support to all abolition groups.

What is the role of abolition groups?

Passionate People

Abolition groups are about concretizing your commitment to your passion for ending slavery, and to embrace this commitment as a lifestyle.


Create a strong network that makes it difficult for traffickers to hide human trafficking victims and their crimes. Abolition groups develop an in-depth understanding of the scope of human trafficking and are empowered and equipped to raise awareness in the local communities and beyond.


Increased resources mean more freedom! The money you raise enables us to deliver life-changing programs to men, women and children who have endured brutal exploitation. Abolition groups take part in the ‘Projectstop Challenge’, our annual fundraising campaign that will use your creative skills to raise more money that will help bring an end to human slavery.


Reach vulnerable people in our communities and make an extraordinary difference by supporting ‘Projectstop’ programs. Travel, have fun, meet other groups and come up with practical ways to make a difference to survivors. You can become a champion in your community by working to stop human trafficking once and for all.

Many people have asked how they can participate in the fight to end human trafficking. ‘Projectstop’ will support the interested people by providing them the required resources. Abolition groups offer a brilliant way to getting involved. We cannot do it on our own but if everyone plays their part, nothing is impossible.

Why do abolition groups work very well throughout the world?

Local to you

Our abolition groups are built around networks of friends and family, and are based in schools, universities, workplaces, churches and any other everyday space where people gather together.

Unique teams

Each group is unique and completely different and the ones we currently work with range in size from 3 to 20 members. So you can start small and build on that. Don’t be shy to start an abolition group now!

Regular meetings

Abolition groups meet regularly amongst themselves to watch, share and follow updates of the work done in the local communities. Leaders receive their abolition group guides with ideas and resources to work on a regular basis.