We support grassroot anti-slavery groups around the world: Free the Slaves works with liberators on the frontlines who risk their lives to bring slaves to freedom. We help survivors rebuild their lives, and work for systemic solutions. We promote holistic, sustainable solutions that are developed by community members themselves. We help communities assert their basic rights, and we share success stories so others can see what's working.

  • We provide protection from violence by focusing public attention on the dangers anti-slavery activists face.

  • We create an open forum to share ideas and solutions across national boundaries.

  • We seize opportunities to influence policy-makers and the public on local and global levels.

  • We build recognition for modern-day abolitionists, and help obtain funding.

 

In Haiti, Free the Slaves partners with:

  • Fondasyon Limyè Lavi (Light of Life)

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In India, Free the Slaves partners with:

  • Manav Sansadham Evam Mahila Vikas Sansthan (MSEMVS)
  • Pragati Gramodyog Sansthan (PGS)
  • Punarnawa Ashram
  • JEEVIKA
  • Tatvasi Samaj Nyas (TSN)

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In Nepal, Free the Slaves partners with:

  • Women Skill Creation Center (WOSCC)
  • Gramin Mahila Srijansil Parivar (GMSP)
  • Shakti Samuha
  • Alliance Against Trafficking in Women and Children in Nepal (AATWIN)

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In Ghana, Free the Slaves partners with:

  • Challenging Heights
  • Network for Community Planning and Development (NECPAD)
  • Social Support Foundation (SSF)
  • Ghana Anti-Human Trafficking and Child Protection
  • Coalition

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In the Democratic Republic of Congo, Free the Slaves partners with:

  • Association for the Development of Peasant Initiatives (ASSODIP)
  • Center for Research on the Environment, Democracy and Human Rights (CREDDHO)

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In Brazil, Free the Slaves partners with:

  • Comissão Pastoral da Terra (CPT)
  • Reporter Brasil

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