Two Little Girls is a short animated film aimed directly at young women in Eastern Europe and other regions who are in danger of being sex trafficked. The film was made in consultation with a group of Albanian women who were trafficked to the UK and rescued by the Poppy Project.
The film was made by an award-winning writer and producer Ruth Beni.
Since its completion in 2008 the film has been spearheading an anti sex trafficking campaign in 22 European and Central Asian countries. The film is being used as a central point for discussion in workshops with young people in schools and social institutions, teacher training courses, and for education and health specialists, police, journalists and lawyers.
Over 190,000 young people are estimated to have participated in Two Little Girls workshops. Over 12 million people have been reached through media dissemination including TV, radio, cinema, bus screenings, billboards and more.
To see more on individual country campaigns please click on the pictures below or for more details about the wider campaign and to download resources please visit www.twolittlegirls.org.