Love146 is an international human rights organization that is dedicated to abolishing child trafficking and exploitation. We are a group of students at the University of Toronto who are dedicated to spread awareness about current issues regarding human trafficking and the various implications it has on society.
Our aim is to target this issue both locally as well as internationally with the help of our parent organization, Love146. Founded in 2015, the University of Toronto chapter will be the second post-secondary Love146 extension in Canada.
Our central task is to raise awareness surrounding the issue of child trafficking, fundraise and liaise with other student organizations at the University of Toronto. We believe that it is important to bring together students of different academic backgrounds to address this issue on multiple dimensions.
Our goals for the 2016-2017 school year is to support our parent organization, raise awareness for human trafficking, partner with other campus groups and raise a total of $2000 for Love146 INGO. "We believe in the power of love and its ability to effect sustainable change. Love is the foundation of our motivation.”
Symbolism of our logo- IIVVI
The barcode representation of 146 reflects on the treatment of victims of human trafficking as products. By showing solidarity with these victims, we used the barcode of 146 to not only show solidarity with the victims of trafficking as well as paying homage to girl 146, the basis of which our parent organization was founded.
All images have been taken by our photographer: Hamza Ullah unless stated otherwise.
- Front page: Huber, Caitlin. Causes of Human Trafficking. Digital Image. The Borgen Project. N.p., 27 Jan 2015. Web. 9. Jan. 2016.
- Other images with "Love 146" Logo has been taken directly from our parent chapter: LOVE146.
No child has been exploited to create any images that has been displayed on this website.