Hope for the Sold & VidTime Use Live Video to Answer the Question - How do we stop sex trafficking?
December 11, 2013 --
Victoria, BC (PRWEB) December 11, 2013
As nations around the globe attempt to fight sex trafficking, many consider legalizing prostitution. Two filmmakers travel across ten countries to explore the issue, attempting to answer the question: How can we prevent sexual exploitation before it happens in the first place?
That's the synopsis of the acclaimed global documentary "Red Light Green Light", created by Jay and Michelle Brock and the Hope for the Sold campaign to fight sexual exploitation, one word at a time. The film has been screened for audiences around the world and endorsed by politicians and activists.
Today, the filmmakers have partnered with the leaders of the I Hate Porn movement in Victoria, British Columbia to raise awareness by bringing a global audience to their speaking session. Using live video streaming, any viewer from anywhere in the world will be able to get the tools and actionable steps in order to bring this cause off of the screen and into their own community, as well as the tools and insight to encourage others to connect with the movement. Using the power of live video brings obvious benefits to this event, or anyone who is looking to connect with a larger audience, as there is now no limit to the amount of people this message can reach. Partnering with VidTime brings even more benefits, as it allows them to raise more funds for their cause, and reach an audience of thousands instead of dozens, without any out of pocket expense.
Join us on Friday, December 13th for an evening of insightful Q&A and help to raise funds to stop sex trafficking forever.
About Hope for the Sold:
Founded in 2006 by Jay and Michelle Brock, Hope for the Sold fights sexual exploitation one word at a time. Their first film "Enslaved and Exploited: The Story of Sex Trafficking in Canada" has been used as a resource by students, Members of Parliament, Border Service Officers, crisis shelter workers, professors, church leaders, and abolitionists. Its second film, "Red Light Green Light", which addresses the complex issue of legalization of prostitution, is now screening in location worldwide.
About Red Light Green Light:
As nations around the globe attempt to fight sex trafficking, many consider legalizing prostitution. Two filmmakers travel across ten countries to explore the issue, attempting to answer the question: How can we prevent sexual exploitation before it happens in the first place? Though governments are getting better at prosecuting traffickers and providing aftercare to victims, it is time we begin to ask the question of what lies at the root.
About I Hate Porn:
ihateporn is an online resource for those who are willing to be real about pornography and its emptiness. A place to take a stand against an age old social injustice, that is devastating the moral fiber of our world.
About VidTime Online Inc:
VidTime makes it easy for everyone to connect and communicate. We allow performers to register and schedule events for free, then we help them market those events to their fans and collect payment for viewing the event live online. Our platform uses a new, simple broadcasting interface - one click and any performer with any camera and any PC will be streaming Live video to their audience. Viewers can see and hear sold out performances or shows far from home, find new content that they may love, and connect with other fans through our chat system.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/12/prweb11411395.htm.