About Two Little Girls

The Two Little Girls is a three minute animated film spearheading an anti sex-trafficking campaign in Eastern Europe that began in January 2009 and will continue into 2015. The campaign is now reaching new countries outside of Eastern Europe including - Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkey.

The film follows the stories of two young women who are cruelly deceived by people they know and trust, and then trafficked against their will into prostitution. The aim of the campaign is to warn young women in East Europe and other regions to the dangers of being persuaded to travel abroad with false promises of employment, only to find themselves sold into prostitution, consequently enduring years of untold cruelty. This campaign acts both as a powerful and accessible tool for the prevention of trafficking, as well as a for increasing public awareness about this very complex and difficult subject.


  • Two Little Girls has been translated and dubbed into 18 different languages, all of which are available to watch on YouTube (20 videos are uploaded including the sign language version produced by our Serbian partner and the original English version) with a global total of more than 76,000 hits to date (not including hits on partner websites and other websites). 
  • The number of young people reached through TLG workshops and events as direct beneficiaries of the TLG campaigns throughout Eastern Europe is estimated at more than 26,000 and growing. 
  • Through the wider dissemination of the campaign materials via our partners’ NGO and statutory networks, it is estimated that a further 190,000 young people will have seen and engaged with the TLG film.  
  • All lead partner organisations have developed accompanying TLG materials such as posters, fliers and other promotional materials. Accompanying TLG education modules have been developed by lead partner organisations in Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Transnistria, Romania and Serbia. Training materials including workshop outlines have been developed in Belarus, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Latvia and Ukraine.
  • Over 6,000 education specialists, teachers, NGO and government representatives, peer educators, and health professionals have so far been trained to use the TLG film and materials in their work.
  • The film has been screened by national and local TV stations in Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Lithuania, Serbia and Ukraine reaching an estimated audience of more than 12 million people.
  • Two Little Girls is now being launched in new campaign countries in and outside of Eastern Europe including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Montenegro, Russia, Slovakia, Tajikistan and Turkey. These new campaigns will run throughout 2014 and 2015.
  • Please visitcountrycampaignsfor more detailedinformationabout each country
  • The numbers ofdirect beneficiariesin the countrieswhere TLG is beingrolled out is so farestimated at26,000
  • In all countries where the Two Little Girls campaign is active the project is being received with gratitude and collaboration by many local organisations, including government ministers, educators and the media.

View Country Campaigns

Visit some of our country campaigns below:


A Roma artist worked with the BFPA and UK TLG team to create an original animation looking at the underlying causes of trafficking in Roma communities … read more


The TLG film was played regularly on three different national TV stations over the course of five months in 2013 with more 1.5 million viewers.  … read more


An estimated 63,000 people saw the TLG film screened on 150 minibuses across the capital Riga … read more


More than 200 Lithuanian teachers have been trained to use the TLG film and campaign materials in their anti-trafficking work.  … read more


The TLG film and materials have been included in the Ministry of Education's anti-trafficking curriculum, reaching an estimated 50,000 primary school students. … read more


TLG forum theatre workshops have been delivered by Interaction's team of peer educators across the disputed territory of Transnistria … read more