CLinked is a global women's organization that educates and empowers women to become leaders in their local communities. Vulnerable women learn how to give voice to their stories, build peer to peer relationships and take actionable steps to finding solutions to challenging social issues.
CLinked believes that those closest to the problem are closest to finding a solution to the problem. Ongoing leadership training and education of women in their communities creates a sustainable snowflake effect.
CLinked has worked with 1,403 high risk women and children and educated 232 trainers in Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Myanmar and Vietnam.
This film is a reminder of that even in the most developed country, sex trafficking is a huge problem.
I AM JANE DOE chronicles the epic battle that several American mothers are waging on behalf of their middle-school daughters, victims of sex trafficking on Backpage.com, the adult classifieds section that for years was part of the iconic Village Voice.
Computer Training, Community Radio, Teacher Training, Human Trafficking Literacy and Trauma and Resiliency are a few of the educational programs implemented by CLinked.
CLinked's mission is to seek commitments from local leaders through community organizing, teacher training and peer to peer empowerment workshops. CLinked incorporates leadership and community organizing.
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