Fair Friday. Hou you can stop human trafficking.

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Welcome to Joadre. This is the place to transform ideas into action. I am extremely happy that you joined this program. My goal is to increase your awareness about the deeper problem leading to human trafficking and inspire you to create a holistic lifestyle that contributes to ending human trafficking.  I wanted to create something that can fit the lifestyle of anyone and give you the tools to really take an action that matters. 

I have spent the past 13 years touring Europe and Nigeria, holding keynotes, speeches and training people who wanted to engage in solving this problem. Due to a very tight schedule, I cannot share my knowledge and experience life at all times. But I really want more people to have access to understand this problem and maybe join us in our engagement for a better future.

“Human trafficking is a crime that shames us all”.

That was the slogan of the United Nations during the Blue heart campaign. Today, the crime of human trafficking is the 3rd most lucrative business in the world today.We find ourselves caught up in the struggle to fight the Symptoms of the problem rather than the cause of the problem. I have spent more than a decade fighting human trafficking, little did I realise a couple for years ago, that I was only fighting the symptoms of a deeper problem. We become the hamster in a wheel, spinning to catch up with the momentum generated symptoms to the problem. But we can pause and reset our actions towards a more sustainable solution that tackles the root cause of the problem.

The question: What can I do as an individual to prevent human trafficking?

Every time I get on stage or finish an interview for a newspaper or a media house, the one simple question I get from the audience is “What can I do as an individual to prevent human trafficking”. For me, this is a very inspiring question. Then I thought, How can someone who is not directly affected by this issue really contribute? So in this program, I would like to invite everyone of you to take your time to go through each tutorial and watch the videos with the awareness of asking yourself, how does this apply to my life. If you can find connections to what I explain in the tutorials, you will, soon enough, be able to design your own action to fight this problem. In this program, you will learn the real issues that lead to human trafficking, how they connect with you and what you can begin to do today.

When you enrol for this program, you have a year’s access to the course and I will continually update the program with new material and tutorials. Do not worry, after you enrol, you will receive email updates about the new materials added monthly and of course invites to our life sessions. In this program, I will share deep knowledge about the problem. We will go far beyond the surface of trafficking as we tend to see it. We might end up having to explore historical issues or debate future tendencies.

My goal is to make sure that anyone can easily understand the real problem and anyone can develop their own voice to join us in action. This is the first of its kind on online courses to raise awareness against human trafficking and give you possibilities to take action. Profits made out of this course program goes directly into developing sustainable projects in Nigeria for women. Everyone has a space in this journey. Begin to take action now by enrolling for this master class.

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41 Lessons

Module 1 – Understanding the problem.?

In this module, you will learn about the technical aspects of human traffickin - defining human trafficking. Tell you what human trafficking is not. Talk about resetting your mindset and being ready to contribute without a bias. I will explain why my focus is Nigeria and share my personal encounter with human trafficking. In this module, we will examine 2 major problems that lead to human trafficking.
Lesson 1: What is human trafficking.
Lesson 2: What human trafficking is not.
Lesson 3: Set your intentions right.
Lesson 4: Clarify your ideas.
Lesson 5: My background and relation to this cause.
Lesson 7: 2 main problems to focus on.
Lesson 8: Poor education generating false identity. Pt. I
Lesson 9: Poor Education Pt.II – Alternative Education.
Lesson 10: Poor education Pt. III – Personal development.
Lesson 11: The demand for cheap consumption.
Module 1 wrap-up.
Lesson 6: My personal encounter with human trafficking.

Module 2 – The deeper problem to solve.?

Welcome to module 2, where you will learn more about how human trafficking happens. In this module, you can watch the film “Are we aware” as an introduction to gain a broadened perspective about the problem. In this module, I have included some extracts for interviews with women I have worked with. I will also introduce my idea behind finding a holistic approach to this problem.

Module 3 – Find your tool to action.?

Welcome to module 3 which is the last module. In this module, my goal is to help you find your voice against the issue of human trafficking. I will introduce my new weekly practice called the Fair friday practice.
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