Calling In: Centering Survivors & Impacted Communities
Thank you to all who joined us in Washington DC!
We are so grateful to our partners, speakers, members, staff, and attendees who helped us pull together such an inspiring event! All content is available for participants to download via the Whova app until July 15th, 2023. We encourage attendees to fill out the evaluations that are available in each session description. We do forward this information to each of our facilitators and use it to improve future events.
Please check back mid-summer for more information about our 2024 conference!
Paul and Sheila Wellstone Award
The Paul and Sheila Wellstone Award recognizes individuals who have made a unique contribution to the anti-trafficking field or demonstrated outstanding leadership and dedication in working to combat human trafficking in the United States. This award is named in honor of US Senator Paul Wellstone and his wife, Sheila, both champions of human rights and justice.
This year we honor the work of Amy Fleischauer. You can learn more about this award and her incredible work below. Please join us for a reception in her honor at the conference hotel on Monday, April 17th at 5:30 pm. The event is open to the public.Learn More
Thank you to everyone who helped us bring this agenda to life. We strive to bring innovative and new thought-provoking content each year. Click below to see what you missed in 2023.
FNUSA has secured a room block at the Washington Hilton at the special rate of $299 per night. This rate is good until 3/27/2023 or the block has sold out!
The Equity Fund supports survivor leaders and impacted communities to access training. The application is now closed. Applicants should hear a determination by Feb. 15th.