Make a difference – Become an Ambassador
You can really make a difference as an IASC Ambassador!
What do Ambassadors do?
Ambassadors don’t pester people for donations, they educate and spread the word about modern slavery and human trafficking, and encourage others to help in the fight.
What Ambassadors don’t do.
Although Ambassadors should be outgoing with a bright and positive attitude, it’s not a pushy sales job. It is a role that educates. It’s a role that informs. Ambassadors keep reminding the public about slavery by social media posts, by speaking at our conferences, and others, by appearing on television and radio, and writing and sharing news and articles.
- Ambassadors must be over 18 years of age. However an “Honorary Junior Ambassadorship” is open at any age for children to start to help promote the anti-bullying message in schools as prevention to vulnerable teenage runaways who so easily succumb to being trafficked.
- Ambassadors must be at least a bronze (free) member of the IASC
- Ambassadors are decided by the Board. All decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into as to any reasoning or decision to deny an Ambassadorship
- Ambassadors must attend at least 3 board meetings (via Zoom/virtual) per year
What do Ambassadors get?
- Doing good deeds, and giving a voice to the voiceless are their own rewards, but Ambassadors also find it is a way to gain personal growth. Personally, being an Ambassador looks great on your CV! Having the “Ambassador” logo on your social media gives it the true air of global importance. It demonstrates that we trust you to represent us. However, it is also great PR for your own charity or group.
- Being an It is a great way to gain professional growth. Being an Ambassador looks great on your CV. It demonstrates that we trust you to represent us.
- Ambassadors are invited to give a 5 minuted TED-style lecture at our global conference on their work.
- Ambassadors are invited to write articles, submit videos or audiobooks or news tips to be publicised on our website.