Pathways To Freedom
works with communities to build better networks of care for human trafficking survivors.
Megan Tackney | Pathways to Freedom Program Manager, Humanity United
By Poonam Daryani and Ali Miller, Yale Global Health Justice Partnership
Filiberto Nolasco Gomez, Workday Minnesota
Stephanie Hepburn, Contributor
New Funding will Strengthen Survivor Leadership and Support Grassroots Approaches to Address Labor and Sexual Exploitation in Atlanta, Chicago, and Minneapolis
By Joe Voeller, NoVo Foundation
Pathways to Freedom calls on cities to take urgent action to prevent human trafficking and address the unmet needs of survivors. This third challenge of the Partnership for Freedom focuses on challenging assumptions, spurring innovative city-wide responses, and sharing local solutions. Humanity United and the NoVo Foundation lead this final challenge in collaboration with 100 Resilient Cities.