Music Videos


In an exclusive collaboration, MTV EXIT (End Exploitation and Trafficking) and music collective Black Iris featuring Best Coast’s lead Bethany Cosentino have partnered with leading global advertising agency, Y&R, to produce a music video which raises awareness of human trafficking. When Will I Feel Love hauntingly highlights the dangers and impact of trafficking for sexual exploitation, particularly of young women. 

The video will be seen across all MTV platforms in 161 countries, and has the potential to reach more than 640 million households worldwide. see


A video about human trafficking, child abuse and child soldiers that honors survivors and inspires engagement. Go here to view this video’s supporting website –


Radiohead, one of the world’s top bands, has joined the MTV EXIT (End Exploitation and Trafficking) campaign, a partnership between the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and MTV to raise awareness about human trafficking. The collaboration takes the Asia MTV EXIT campaign to a global audience, reaching as many as 560 million households worldwide.


This music video that aims to raise awareness about sex trafficking. Featuring the rock band The Killers, the video is an exclusive collaboration between UNICEF, MTV EXIT (End Exploitation and Trafficking) and the US Agency for International Development.

The track, Goodnight, Travel Well, is from the album Day & Age. The video is the second in a series of music video collaborations that highlight the danger and impact of human trafficking. 



Explotación Humana es una ONG dedicada a la prevención de trata de personas y migración insegura entre jóvenes de 13 a 18 años. A través de eventos, videos musicales y documentales informativos, buscamos empoderar e informar a las juventudes en zonas vulnerables.

Explotación Humana is an NGO in charge of preventing human trafficking and unsafe migration in teenagers. Through events, music videos and documentaries we empower and inform youths in vulnerable locations.

See for more information about this anti trafficking NGO in Bogota, Colombia.





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