Giving a Voice to the Voiceless
Nearly 4 years since its initial release, Not My Life continues to be a powerful call to action and inspiration for millions of people around the world. In 2015, Not My Life has been seen by thousands at community events, classrooms, businesses, and homes around the world. These accomplishments would not have been possible without supporters like you!
We here at Worldwide Documentaries have a deep and growing concern for the children, and their families, who are arriving by the hundreds of thousands on the shores of Europe, and who tragically represent a “feast” for EU human traffickers -- the most ruthless, cruel, and well-organized in the world.
We are excited to announce the launch of our re-designed website at notmylife.org.
We are a small group, and we have committed, with the global distribution of Not My Life, to the challenge of changing the way the world thinks and acts with respect to the most heinous human rights violations of our time: global human trafficking and slavery, and the mass exploitation our planet’s children.
The U.S. Fund for UNICEF's End Trafficking project has partnered with the National Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS) to implement Shut Out Trafficking on ten university and college campuses across the US over the 2014 - 2015 academic year.
For victims of commercial sexual exploitation, sexual violence is an everyday reality. Angie, whose story is featured in Not My Life, was just one of nearly 100,000 children trafficked for the purpose of sexual exploitation in the United States each year.
Although National Human Trafficking Awareness Month is drawing to a close, its never too late to raise awareness! Hosting a Not My Life House Party is a great way to spread the word about modern-day slavery any time of the year.
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month -- the perfect time to get involved in the fight against modern-day slavery! Plan a screening of Not My Life, or attend one happening in your community.
This holiday season, shop AmazonSmile and help support Worldwide Documentaries and the Not My Life Awareness Initiative. Every time you shop, Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Worldwide Documentaries.
Worldwide Documentaries is pleased to announce that updated and revised versions of Not My Life are now available in the Not My Life Human Trafficking Awareness Action Center.
On June 29, 2014 Not My Life aired on Indian Public Television to an audience of 460 million people, opening the eyes of Indians from all walks of life to the realities of human trafficking, nationally and globally.
Enam is seven years old. He is enslaved on the waters of Lake Volta in Ghana, and he is waiting to be free. This month, our partners at Right to Be Free are preparing for a rescue mission to free Enam and 19 other children who are trapped in slavery, working as fishing boys on the waters of Lake Volta.
Worldwide Documentaries is pleased to announce that Not My Life is now available to transcontinental passengers on Cathay Pacific Airways and is featured in this month's edition of the in-flight magazine, Discovery.