We want a world without sexual exploitation. Join us today and help us achieve it.
There isn’t a country in the world where people are free from sexual exploitation, and the UK is no exception. By joining CEASE, you are joining one of the few organisations globally whose sole priority is putting an end to sexual exploitation. Join us today.
Our mission is to end sexual exploitation by exposing and dismantling the cultural and commercial forces driving all forms of sexual exploitation in the UK. We are the only organisation in the UK that exists to highlight the links between,pornography, the global sex trade, trafficking and child sexual abuse. We raise awareness through campaigning, advocacy, events and lobbying and we need your help to continue this crucial work.
Are you an organisation?
We believe there is power in collaboration. That’s why we front campaigns alongside many organisations, decision makers, survivors, and academics. If you’re an organisation working in this field and you’d like to take a stand with us on our next campaigns, email us to let us know at [email protected]. We are a force together.
Are you a gen-z or young millennial?
We know that change cannot happen without the younger generation on board. Gen Z-ers are impacted by sexual exploitation in a way no generation has been before them.
This year we are proud to be launching a Youth Coalition, which will educate, build community, and champion young voices on sexual exploitation issues. If you are 16-26 and ready to join the fight against sexual exploitation, we want to hear from you.
To stay in the loop on the Coalition and for access to the latest news and events, email our Youth Coalition Lead, Tilda Wilson here: [email protected]
Are you a law student?
Over the last 2 years, we’ve been contacted by many law students from across the UK telling us they want to get involved with CEASE. They’ve been at different stages and on different legal pathways, but they’ve all been passionate about human rights, and joining the movement to end sexual exploitation.
So, we’re excited to announce that this year we will be launching a Legal Advocacy programme just for law students and that we’re on the hunt for new bloggers to write for our Legal Advocacy Student Blog. Learn more here.