Introducing the World Without Exploitation Youth Coalition.

About Us

The fight to create a world where no one is bought, sold or exploited is a fight for the future - and creating an exploitation-free future is what the World Without Exploitation Youth Coalition is all about. Our new, national, youth-led network — made up of young people, ages 15 to 28 — is using advocacy, educational, and awareness raising initiatives to create change while supporting a culture of inclusion and diversity. Young survivor leaders, students, professionals, activists, artists and allies are all encouraged to be a part of our efforts. We're doing this through:

Public Education

Hosting youth-targeted and led events, webinars, and monthly coalition meetings that educate on the issues of sexual exploitation and human trafficking.

Awareness Raising

Developing a strong social media presence to raise awareness about exploitation while engaging youth through a variety of virtual platforms.

Legal Advocacy

Advocating for policy change through direct engagement with policymakers and decision makers, while supporting and creating campaigns that uplift the voices of survivors.

Youth Coalition Executive Leadership

Youth Coalition Council

Christina Vasile, Social Media
Jason Perez, Outreach

Charlotte Bizup, Education

Andrew Guy, Education

Lena Farley, Social Media

Jade Bentley, Education
Joelene Ortega, Communications Advisor
Stella Georgian, Policy Analyst

Carolina Lenzo, Policy Analyst

Aaliyah Montgomery, College Group

Riss Myung, Education
Delaney Hausch, Social Media
Chloe Palagonia, Outreach

Sabrina Piazza, Education

Introducing WorldWE Youth Coalition College Club Chapters

In response to the pervasiveness of “sex work” ideology on college campuses, the World Without Exploitation Youth Coalition has launched college chapters. Our chapters are educating their peers about the realities of commercial sexual exploitation and activating them in support of survivor-centered policies. They will also be partnering with local direct service organizations to support survivors of exploitation directly.

WorldWE Youth ASU

WorldWE Youth Claremont Colleges (5C)

Interested in creating a Youth Coalition club chapter at your college? Email us at youth@worldwithoutexploitation.org

Upcoming Events

October 21st at 7pm ET

Special Event. Joy as an Act of Resistance: A book celebration and conversation with: author of “Leaving Breezy Street” Brenda Myers-Powell(Dreamcatcher Foundation), Anne K. Ream(The Voices and Faces Project)

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