About the Freedom Network

About the Freedom Network

The Freedom Network (USA) is a national coalition of anti-trafficking service organizations and advocates. Our members take a rights-based approach to human trafficking and modern-day slavery.
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2014 Trafficking in Persons Report Released June 20th 2014

2014 Trafficking in Persons Report Released June 20th 2014

FN Chair Emeritus, Florrie Burke pictured here with Ambassador Luis CdeBaca at the State Department on June 20th 2014
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New York Law School to Host Event featuring Freedom Network Members

New York Law School to Host Event featuring Freedom Network Members

Join New York Law School Friday, October 10th for "Innovations in the Fight Against Human Trafficking: Advocates' Perspectives and Proposals," where many Freedom Network members, advocates, co-chairs and Wellstone honorees will be presenting!
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Read our policy papers, here.

Read our policy papers, here.

It is imperative for Congress to work in a bipartisan manner to pass immigration reform that can help strengthen our nation’s commitment to improve prevention efforts and help all survivors.
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Honoring Sheila

Honoring Sheila

With the recent passing of our 2014 Wellstone Award recipient, the family of Sheila Neville has asked for contributions to the Freedom Network (USA) in lieu of flowers. Your contribution will be used to support survivors of human trafficking.
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Our Network

Our Network

Spans 14 States, 23 cities, 33 member organizations and 6 individual experts across the United States
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Welcome Kathleen!

Welcome Kathleen!

The Freedom Network (USA) welcomes Kathleen Morris to its leadership team as the newest Co-Chair (2014-2017). Kathleen is the Program Manager for the International Rescue Committee in Seattle’s anti-trafficking program, known as the Washington Anti-Trafficking Response Network (WARN).
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The 12th Annual Freedom Network Conference

The 12th Annual Freedom Network Conference

Hosted in San Francisco, CA April 1-2 was a huge success, with over 300 social services providers, government officials, law enforcement, students, and various professionals in attendance.
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