The Banbury Children Foundation

Charitable Campaigns

Mission 1: Global Child Trafficking
Global slavery ‘Call-outs’ allowed at the collation of White Western children’s names that then became trafficked abroad through of their own government’s trafficking operations  through slavery contracts. Parliamentary Protocols removed at Policing powers to collect the children. Existing laws to our societies became ignored. Proposed laws planned for children collected to the age of 18 became prevented by the charity and were to set precedence for slavery laws internationally. The charity made response from the United Nations and worked to reduce at the length of their investigation saving 6 Million lives. Contact with the governments of 15 European countries set to cessation dates for the schemes following contact with opposition political parties to the European Parliament. The charity protected children and adults from slavery, imprisoned unpaid sex and work. 88.2 Million children became collected from their homes with a survival rate of only 18%. The work is noted by The Nobel Peace Prize Committee following report to them.

Mission 2: Global Child Trafficking (To begin 2022 following the Hague Tribunal)
It will become acceptable to help the populations of countries before of the Hague tribunal to allow them to adjust to the understanding of events before they are made public. Meetings between of religious leaders, leaders for peace and United Nations Officials will strengthen our resolve. Work will become documented to magazines and journals.

Mission 3: Children in India and their Working Conditions
We aim to improve to the lifestyle and leisure time of children in India through of staged events that will promote to goodwill and teach good health. We will launch small staged events that will beside of small centres and towns.  market that is visited regularly by those that planned to it with free goods available between of the stools that sell for profit. A vibrant market place for the poor that we will all enjoy.

Mission 4: Children in African Countries, Improvements to Roads, Schools and Houses