Given the ongoing ‘Dawn of Liberation’ and the current accessibility in Amarr space of illegal slaving sites, SFRIM and ARC reaffirm their ongoing strong and unconditional condemnation of all illegal human trafficking in contravention of international law or treaty, and violation of Amarr law regarding slavery.
We are fully committed to stopping any human trafficking in violation of Empire and international law, and have issued a special request to our pilots to assist in stopping any illegal slavers and rescuing victims of human trafficking, to the full extent of their abilities and in compliance with all local laws. We encourage all others with the ability to do so to do likewise.
We highly encourage all pilots that rescue victims of human trafficking turn them over to a reputable non-governmental organization which has the capability to assist them, such as the Servant Sisters of Eve or Khaprice Heska’s Aesir Arcology, as soon as it is feasible to do so. All parties are urged to ensure that all local and international laws are followed and that any group involved in rescue operations is fully above-board.
In furtherance of this work, SFRIM is establishing a permanent division of our corporation devoted to offering aid and assistance to former slaves, victims of illegal human trafficking, and when ability allows and called for by the situation, other refugees. Aims include legal assistance, medical aid, assistance in finding/contacting family, job assistance, help in contacting resettlement and refugee agencies, or, when needed, direct resettlement assistance. We are currently seeking partners to aid in the resettlement and return of human trafficking victims, especially with groups working in the Minmatar Republic. We are actively seeking accreditation in refugee relief from an appropriate NGO or other neutral entity, and will be seeking regular outside audits.