Thank you for your interest in supporting the students of l’Ecole de Choix / the School of Choice through student sponsorships. Currently (and fortunately), all of our students are linked with sponsors. However, we renew sponsorships on their anniversary dates and they often become available on a regular basis.
If you would like to be notified when student sponsorships become available, please click here to send a message to l’Ecole de Choix and provide your contact details.
The staff and students of l’Ecole de Choix
CAASE envisions a community free from all forms of sexual exploitation, including sexual assault and the commercial sex trade.
CAASE addresses the culture, institutions, and individuals that perpetrate, profit from, or support sexual exploitation. Our work includes prevention, policy reform, community engagement, and legal services.
CAASE creates and implements educational curricula that encourage high-school-age men to work against sexual exploitation.
POLICY AND ADVOCACY
CAASE advocates for legislative and policy reforms that will increase the legal and social accountability for perpetrators of harm, especially sex traffickers, pimps, people who buy sex, and those who commit sexual assault. We also promote broad community support for services and resources for survivors. CAASE advises law enforcement, policy makers, and other stakeholders on best practices relating to sex trafficking, prostitution, and rape.
CAASE works to prevent sexual exploitation by increasing public understanding of the harms inherent in the sex trade. Our approach to engagement includes research and the arts. Additionally, CAASE develops toolkits for nonprofits, faith-based groups, schools, businesses, feminist groups, and other communities and individuals who would like to take action against sexual harm.
CAASE engages in civil litigation against perpetrators and facilitators of sexual harm and advocates for appropriate and effective criminal prosecution of perpetrators. We also advocate for public policies that increase the efficacy of criminal and civil laws pertaining to sexual violence and exploitation.