Data to Disrupt Trafficking Awards 2022

On Thursday 27th October 2022, we hosted the first annual global Data to Disrupt Trafficking Awards 2022 #D2DT22 in London, powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS), the world’s leading cloud platform, powering innovation.  


On Thursday 27th October 2022, STOP THE TRAFFIK Global hosted the first-ever Data to Disrupt Trafficking Awards in London at Amazon HQ. We celebrated a group of inspirational organisations, projects and individuals that have all acted against trafficking through the use of data and technology and were truly honoured to be joined by so many partners and friends from across the sector.  

“This event celebrates every individual and organisation that has been commended and who are part of leading the way – we are making progress”.  Ruth Dearnley OBE, CEO STOP THE TRAFFIK


The full list of award winners from 2022

Collaborative Disruption – IBM Tech 4 Good

Disruption of Supply – University of Nottingham Rights Lab

Disruption of Recruitment – eLiberare

Disruption of Money – Bank of Ireland

Lived-Experience Led Disruption – Azadi Kenya

Lifetime achievement award – Neil Giles

Data to Disrupt Trafficking Commendations

  • Recognising disruption of trafficking through multi-stakeholder partnership and collaboration.

    • Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative (ATII)
    • Chab Dai
    • City Hearts
    • Dark Bali
    • Ella’s
    • European Freedom Network
    • Fenix Humanitarian Legal Aid
    • Freedom Collaborative Inc.
    • Fundación Pasos Libres
    • Goodwill Caravan
    • Greek Council for Refugees (GCR)
    • Hestia
    • Hope for Justice
    • Irida Women’s Center
    • Justice and Care
    • London Borough of Enfield
    • METAdrasi
    • Metropolitan Police Service
    • Mobile Info Team
    • The Exodus Road
    • The Mekong Club, Limited
    • The Passage
    • The Salvation Army
    • Thoughtworks
    • Trilateral Research
    • Unbound Now Europe
    • Velos Youth
    • IBM Ireland – Tech4Good
    • LexisNexis Risk Solutions
  • Recognising disruption of traffickers’ ability to infiltrate supply chains.

    • Fundación Pasos Libres
    • IBM Ireland – Tech4Good
    • International Fraud Group
    • Marshalls plc
    • MSIN
    • The University of Nottingham Rights Lab
    • The Mekong Club, Limited
  • Recognising increased transparency and disruption of the money flows that are generated by traffickers.

    • Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative
    • Bank of Ireland
    • IBM Ireland – Tech4Good
    • RedCompass Labs
    • Standard Chartered Bank
    • The Mekong Club, Limited
  • Recognising prevention in vulnerable communities being recruited/ coerced into trafficking.

    • BRAC
    • eLiberare
    • Her Choices Trust (My Choices Foundation)
    • Hope for Justice
    • IBM Ireland – Tech4Good
    • Unbound Now Europe
  • Recognising disruption through a lived experience-led initative.

    • Azadi Kenya
    • Chab Dai
    • EverFree
    • Trilateral Research
    • The Avery Center
    • The University of Nottingham Rights Lab

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