Due to the nature of our work, we mostly accept volunteers who speak one of the languages of the region (specifically Thai, Lao, Burmese, Shan, Chinese, Malay) but in some cases also English-speaking professionals, especially for communications-related work.
If you are interested in volunteering online or in Thailand, email a letter of motivation and CV.
Be a watch dog
Learn how to identify and assist trafficking victims.
UNODC has a list of factors that indicate that a person could be a victim of human trafficking or other forms of exploitation like sexual exploitation, domestic servitude, labor exploitation, or exploitation for begging and petty crime. If you suspect a case, please contact us.
Another way to help is by spreading the word and making sure more people are about trafficking and therefore more likely to help. You can host events at your office, in your school, your club or even at home with your friends and inform them about how to prevent trafficking and sexual abuse. If you are interested in starting a support organization for AAT in your country/city, organizing a fundraiser or receiving more information about our work, please contact us.
Be a conscientious consumer
Many companies have factories in developing countries that employ children and human trafficking victims. Whenever your buy something, make sure that the company you are buying from in not associated with human trafficking or child labor