Freedom Network USA is dedicated to supporting anti-trafficking work that is grounded in human rights.
We create space for advocates to learn from one other, provide professional development opportunities to develop new skills, and carve out opportunities for professionals to use their experience in new and exciting ways. Through this work we build community, expertise, and power to make a positive change in the lives of survivors.
Members are the cornerstone of the network – their collective expertise builds the framework that drives our work. In turn, we provide a variety of opportunities to help them strengthen their work.
We proactively foster connections between members and other professionals and create spaces that spark collaboration. Members have access to professional speaking opportunities and can contribute to federal policy efforts through our work. FNUSA provides members a frame for movement-level issues, including breaking down federal policy issues and how these ultimately impact the survivors they work with every day.
Find out more on how to join us at a member.
This movement is strongest when human trafficking survivors have a seat at the leadership table.
This ensures that anti-trafficking policies are inclusive, services are accessible to all, and survivors have the tools and resources to remain free of exploitation. Survivors are part of our membership and amongst our allies. We provide training and one-on-one support to cultivate their leadership skills and help them reach their professional development goals as an advocate.
New Advocate Toolkit
Freedom Network USA collaborated with the Survivor Alliance and our member, the International Institute of Buffalo, to create a toolkit for survivors who are just starting their journey as changemakers in the anti-trafficking field.
This toolkit includes a short video series and a workbook that survivors can complete alone or with a trusted support person.
We have compiled a list of professional development and peer support resources for new advocates. If you would like to add your organization or know of an organization that offers new skills to survivors, fill out the form below!