The 2019 TIP Report Is Here—Send A Tweet To Your Representative And Protect The TIP Report!
Use your voice to urge your elected leaders to protect the integrity of the TIP Report and fund the response to human trafficking.
Today marks the release of the State Department's annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report.
Every year, we await the release of this critical diplomatic tool which elevates the issue of human trafficking around the world and shows the need for a scalable global solution to this issue.
This is a pivotal moment to use your voice. Urge your elected leaders in Congress to protect the integrity of the TIP Report and fund the U.S. response to human trafficking.
Join us @FreedomCommons on Twitter to follow the release and add your voice by sending three tweets: one to each of your Senators and one to your representative.
Send a tweet to Congress:
Research by the Congressional Management Foundation (CMF) has shown that it takes as few as 10 tweets in a short window of time to put an issue on the radar of Congressional staff. So your tweets have the power to get their attention.
- Find your members of Congress here, listed by state.
- Here are some sample tweets, but feel free to craft your own. Just be sure to include #TIPReport hashtag and download one of the images below to use with your tweet. (To download the image, just right-click and select "save image as...")
As is clear from today’s release of the 2019 #TIPReport, slavery is undeniable. @[LEGISLATORNAME], please support the work of @JTIP_State on this report + preserve funding that rescues slaves & stops traffickers.
On behalf of myself & other advocates in [STATE], please support foreign aid funding for programs that combat slavery & protect the integrity of @JTIP_State’s work on the #TIPReport, @[LEGISLATORNAME].
Today, the 2019 #TIPReport was released. This tool is invaluable in the fight against modern-day slavery. @[LEGISLATORNAME], will you support @JTIP_State's work on this crucial report, along with US foreign aid programs that rescue slaves & stop traffickers?