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#NotInMyCity was founded by Canadian Country Music songwriter and performer Paul Brandt. Through his storytelling, Paul’s highly engaging presentations draw on his varied experiences of success, resiliency and advocacy to help his audiences understand that every person has a unique purpose full of potential, leaving them inspired and motivated to do more than they had ever dreamed possible.

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2019 MEDIA

Charitable Choices: anti-human trafficking movement #NotInMyCity

Paul Brandt: Why I’ll never stop fighting to end the atrocity of child sex trafficking

‘Exploiting children is not OK’: Country star Paul Brandt wants to end human trafficking

Brandt gives back as part of Stampede’s charity spirit

Paul Brandt’s #NotInMyCity Receives Slaight Music Humanitarian Award

‘Very, very black and white’: Country music star Paul Brandt discusses human trafficking with Durham police

Paul Brandt brings anti-human trafficking initiative to Edmonton

Edmonton International Airport Partners With Paul Brandt’s #NotInMyCity Campaign to Support a Future Without Human Trafficking

‘The right side of history’: Paul Brandt, Edmonton International Airport partner to combat human trafficking

Paul Brandt teams up with EIA to fight human trafficking

 

2018 MEDIA

#NotInMyCity: Paul Brandt’s campaign to end sexual exploitation and sex trafficking

Calgary International Airport partners with Paul Brandt organization

Calgary airport #NotInMyCity campaign targets human trafficking

L’aéroport de Calgary s’engage dans la lutte contre l’exploitation sexuelle

 

2017 MEDIA

‘As soon as we shine a light, it flees’: Paul Brandt raises his voice against human trafficking

#NotInMyCity campaign to fight human trafficking in Calgary

Sheldon Kennedy, Paul Brandt and friends band together to combat human trafficking

#NotinMyCity: Country singer Paul Brandt spearheads anti-sex trafficking campaign