She Has A Name isn’t just a film — it’s a movement to end human sex trafficking
Human trafficking is one of the most prevalent, violent, and destructive crimes committed globally. Rivalled by only the illegal drug trade, it’s a criminal enterprise that makes more than $40 billion each year by people who sell children, women, and men for sex and labour to others. The statistics are overwhelming. The UN estimates that 2 million children are exploited every year in the global commercial sex trade. In some instances, young girls are forced to sell their bodies more than 15 times a day. The average age of children who are forced into prostitution is 12 years old.
The trafficking of people for sex slavery is a very real, very human story, told every day in every part of the world. She Has A Name brings these victims’ stories to the forefront, telling the story of two young girls forced into unimaginable circumstances — one who escaped, the other hoping to get out. She Has A Name is a thrilling film that will not only spread awareness to audiences about the prevalence of sex trafficking, but also compels viewers to act to bring needed change for the millions of trafficking victims around the world who are waiting for help and rescue.