"It can really happen to anyone... it's really an abuse of human rights in all forms."
While the task at hand is not easy, Dingdong feels fortunate to be part of the campaign.
"Sobrang malaking challenge," he remarks.
"I've always been an advocate of education and youth empowerment... How will you empower the youth if you will not educate them?"
Dingdong strongly believes that the youth play a critical role in society. "Sila yung active sa social media... Sila yung magiging guards natin sa lahat. It's time to educate them and to make them aware of what is really happening in terms of human trafficking."
His function as an ambassador of MTV EXIT does not stop in hosting Enslaved. Dingdong plans to go around schools to distribute copies of the documentary and personally inform students and their teachers of the battle against human trafficking.
"I would personally distribute it sa lahat ng mga interested. Kahit hindi sila interested, papapanoorin namin sa kanila yun!
"Knowing is half the battle," he firmly states.
The actor is set to make an appearance at the MTV EXIT Live—a free outdoor concert which will feature local artists Parokya ni Edgar, Pupil, Ebe Dancel, and Itchyworms—on October 29 at the Mall of Asia concert grounds.