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Address: Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
Countries served: United States
Geographic scope: National

Phone: 617.995.1900
Facebook: DemandAbolition
Twitter: @DemandAbolition

Type: Anti-trafficking
Status: Active
Faith-based: Yes
Adult focused (NSFW): No
Sex work positive: No
Female led: No
Sex worker led: No

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About Demand Abolition

Individuals who purchase human beings for sex fuel the market that traffickers and pimps supply with victims. Until we eliminate demand, the sexual exploitation of our society’s most vulnerable children, women, and even men will continue unabated. Supporting victims and survivors and punishing pimps remains a critical need, but a growing number of policymakers, academics, and activists are beginning to recognize that the endless supply of victims won’t cease until we combat the driver of sex trafficking: demand for illegal commercial sex.

Public facts about Demand Abolition

A Product of Hunt Alternatives


Hack Trafficking 4 Good

Cool Men Don’t Buy Sex

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Against Our Will

The mtvU Against Our Will Campaign “amplifies America’s college students’ efforts to end modern-day slavery in the US and empowers them to get involved.”

I’m Not Buying It

This campaign, a partnership between dozens of faith-based and advocacy groups, focused on raising awareness of the human trafficking of American children during the Super Bowl.

The Defender’s Pledge

The Defenders USA, a coalition of men who oppose all forms of commercialized sex, educates and empowers other men to combat the sex industry. The group hopes to mobilize 100,000 men to “stand as Defenders, and commit their hearts, minds and resources in defense of exploited women and children.”

The Next Generation of Manhood

As part of a national violence prevention movement, A CALL TO MEN has released a powerful new public service announcement aimed at “encouraging men to rethink the traditional images of manhood and contemporary mascuility.”

People involved with Demand Abolition

Lina Nealon (Director of Programs, made $138K in 2013 ), Ziba Cranmer

Executive Director

Swanee Hunt


A Call to Men

Artemis Fund’s Not for Sale Media Project

Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking (BEST)

Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation


Coalition Against Trafficking in Women

Concerned Women for America

End Demand Illinois

End Demand NYC

End Prostitution Now

Equality Now

Free the Slaves

A Future. Not a Past.

Girls Education and Mentoring Service

Global Centurion

Initiative to End Slavery

Initiative to Stop Human Trafficking

International Justice Mission

Polaris Project

The Price of Sex: Women Speak

Shared Hope International


UNANIMA International

UN Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN.GIFT)

U.S. Department of State Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (G/TIP)

Vital Voices Global Partnership


Sex work focus for Demand Abolition

Street Escort

Sex worker demographics focus for Demand Abolition

Female Trafficked

Services offered by Demand Abolition

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