The Freedom Network is a national coalition of anti-human trafficking service organizations and advocates. Their members take a rights-based approach to human trafficking and modern-day slavery. The Network was formed in 2001 and currently has 35 member agencies and some individual experts around the United States.
The keynote speakers at the conference this year will be survivors, as the experts on their lives and experiences. This two-day conference will have various tracks that will focus on law enforcement & prosecution, immigration law, civil litigation, social services, and a special track on the fundamentals of human trafficking. They will also have representatives from the Federal Government discussing the new Strategic Action Plan on human trafficking. Their attendees include federal, state, and local law enforcement, prosecutors, judges, social service providers, lawyers, government representatives and foreign visitors.
Early registration costs $315 and lasts through February 14, after which registration will cost $349. Click here to register.