Anti-Slavery International has a variety of bucket-list worthy actives you can sign up for, like skydiving and parachuting.
In its early years (1994-2006), the foundation focused on two programs: a children's education program in the south and the education and literacy of those in marginalized, rural communities. In 2006, the foundation launched the first National Day against Child Exploitation. Today, it provides services for restavek children.
To enable people in under-served communities to cultivate a kind of education and experience based on respect and dignity and that leads to autonomy
To change the living conditions of disadvantaged communities