Events for August 2021 – FreedomUnited.org

Calendar of Events

Sun Sunday

Mon Monday

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Wed Wednesday

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Fri Friday

Sat Saturday

1 event,

1 event,

1 event,

1 event,

1 event,

2 events,

Feminist Fridays: Conversations about Labour Migration from a Feminist Lens / Viernes feministas: Conversaciones sobre la migración laboral desde una perspectiva feminista

1 event,

1 event,

1 event,

1 event,

2 events,

Like You

3 events,

How Businesses Can Support Survivors Of Modern Slavery

Forced Labour Trafficking in Supply Chains : Screening Event and Panel

1 event,

1 event,

1 event,

2 events,

2 events,

2 events,

5 events,

International Conference on Human Trafficking, Slavery and Exploitation Day 1

3 events,

International Conference on Human Trafficking, Slavery and Exploitation Day 2

2 events,

2 events,

2 events,

2 events,

4 events,

Human Trafficking Awareness

3 events,

Survivor Perspectives: Labor Trafficking Service Needs

2 events,

2 events,

2 events,

2 events,

1 event,

2 events,

Human Trafficking and Exploitation of Men and Boys

1 event,

1 event,

1 event,

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Feminist Fridays: Conversations about Labour Migration from a Feminist Lens / Viernes feministas: Conversaciones sobre la migración laboral desde una perspectiva feminista

Feminist Fridays: Conversations about Labour Migration from a Feminist Lens is a collaborative initiative of Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID), Focus on Labour Exploitation (FLEX), Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW), Solidarity Center, and Women in Migration Network (WIMN). During the course of six sessions, we will think through complex issues and […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Like You

Six people, five stories, one truck. Follow the lives inspired by real people as they experience the world of modern slavery. Like You is a live physical theatre performance written by Bekah Lumb and directed by Sophie Imogen Wright, about the timely subject of Human Trafficking. Set in England, the production is based on real […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

How Businesses Can Support Survivors Of Modern Slavery

This webinar will provide insights into the challenges and barriers survivors of modern slavery face reintegrating back into society. It will also share how businesses can most effectively support survivors. Guest speakers will include: Andrew Francks, Global Director Talent and Performance, InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG). Rachel Mulryan, Phoenix Service Manager, Hestia. Rose Makilagi, Black Country […]

Forced Labour Trafficking in Supply Chains : Screening Event and Panel

Forced Labour Trafficking is defined by the International Labour Organization as a condition when "violence or intimidation is used to make someone work against his or her will". In South East Asia, many debt bondage contracts trap individuals and children in a condition where they are asked to work inhumane amounts of hours under contracts […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

International Conference on Human Trafficking, Slavery and Exploitation Day 1

International Human Trafficking, Slavery and Exploitation is the premier interdisciplinary forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Humanities and Social Sciences. Today more than ever before it is extremely important to stay abreast of the changing landscapes of the Humanities and Social Sciences world. The multidisciplinary focus of […]

Working with LGBTQ+ Survivors of Human Trafficking

This 1.5 hour webinar will give an overview of best practices when working with LGBTQ+ survivors of human trafficking. Content will cover outreach, prevention, wrap-around services and case management, housing, and immigration resources specifically available to LGBTQ+ survivors.

Time to Get Off the Fence on Sex Workers’ Rights

Join us on Thursday 19th August at 5pm BST for a live panel discussion and q&a on why and how anti-trafficking organisations must get off the fence on sex workers' rights and support them. There are a substantial number of anti-trafficking organisations that opt to avoid taking a stance on this issue, trying to remain […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

International Conference on Human Trafficking, Slavery and Exploitation Day 2

International Human Trafficking, Slavery and Exploitation is the premier interdisciplinary forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Humanities and Social Sciences. Today more than ever before it is extremely important to stay abreast of the changing landscapes of the Humanities and Social Sciences world. The multidisciplinary focus of […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

Beyond Hollywood – The reality of human trafficking

Hollywood producers, rap artists and even some good meaning civic groups often portray human trafficking in ways that are not often accurate. Human trafficking, sex, and labor trafficking are very real crimes that target the most vulnerable of our society. This session will look at a comparative study of some famous cases of trafficking by […]

Human Trafficking Awareness

Restoration Diversion Services is a survivor-run non profit base in Compton, CA. We assist victims of human trafficking and domestic violence. This presentation will go over first hand knowledge of human trafficking with a survivor. To sign in there is no passcode. The meeting will only allow up to 300 people in. If you are […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

Survivor Perspectives: Labor Trafficking Service Needs

This panel discussion on client needs kicks off and informs a series of training events and resources focused on labor trafficking service delivery. The panelists will discuss experiences, missteps, and opportunities with service providers and provide insight on how professionals can better meet the needs of survivors. Thirty minutes of Q&A will follow the discussion. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Modern Slavery

Syrian artist Sara Shamma brings attention to the global issue of human trafficking and modern slavery, through a new series of large scale portraits. A compelling exhibition of portraits, considering the meaning of survival, endurance and recovery from the survivor’s perspectives. Not suitable for young children due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Human Trafficking and Exploitation of Men and Boys

This workshop helps participants develop strategies to engage with male victims of human trafficking. Attendees will gain a broader knowledge of cultural-specific vulnerabilities that place boys and young men at greater risk for sex and labor trafficking, and ways to improve identification and treatment. This session is presented by Nathan Earl, an anti-trafficking pioneer, advocate […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]

Thai El Monte Garment Workers: The Return of Slavery and Trafficking in The Modern Era

At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director of the Thai Community Development Center, met with government authorities and law enforcement at a doughnut shop in El Monte, California, blocks from the slavery compound that they would raid, a row of apartment duplexes on a residential street, eerily surrounded by barbed wire. […]