“There are four basic values and rights that no-one must take from another person. Those are freedom, dignity, safety, and hope. Every human being is unique and must have the freedom to choose and to have control at a very basic level. When we talk about children, then it is the responsibility of adults to provide them with safety and basic human rights. Human trafficking is a violation at every point in the life of a human being and affects especially children’s rights. The long-lasting consequences of this crime are devastating and catastrophic. That is why we, who have lived through trafficking, are called survivors”.
Welcome to you who have come to this page!
This page is a room for the association Invisible Children. It shares both projects where the association is involved, and projects association run themselves and all kinds of activities and news that go under the association’s activities. All this you will find on the blog page!
The association was founded in February 2018. The road to being a survivor and leader has been long and continues, but with the help, I have received along the way, I hope that the association will grow over time, and we get more members who will promote our visions and work.
Do not hesitate to get in touch and share your thoughts, experiences, and recommendations. If you have any questions, ask. I help as best I can and can.
Regina Lee Jones
- Regina Lee Jones
Chair of Association Invisible Children, since February 2018
Member of ISTAC – International Survivors of Trafficking Advisory Council (launched by ODIHR)
Survivor of human trafficking as a teenager
Speaker and passionate to fight for youth who are exploited by traffickers
2020 graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Psychology