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Freedom Collaborative

“From our position as the primary platform that enables anti-trafficking service providers and activists working across the world to come together for information sharing and learning, we are exposed to a wide array of anti-trafficking initiatives around the world. ALIGHT’s model of tech-facilitated legal services for human trafficking survivors is unique in the world.”

– Julia Macher, Director, Freedom Collaborative

In 2021, ALIGHT Executive Director Marianna Kosharovsky was honored to be named an inaugural member of Freedom Collaborative’s Global Advisory Community – a diverse group of new-generation activists and anti-trafficking professionals from around the world. In this role, she collaborates with human rights practitioners across the globe, sharing advice and methodologies and generating new ideas and approaches for the future.

Composed of dynamic young professionals from around the world who have demonstrated leadership and expertise in many areas of anti-trafficking work from civil society, grantors, agencies, government and the private sector, the role of advisory members is to bring a diversity of voices, knowledge and experience to Freedom Collaborative and the counter-exploitation community. Advisory members also give development guidance to the board and management of Freedom Collaborative to support us in building a community that will grow and evolve through future generations.

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About Freedom Collaborative: 

Freedom Collaborative is the largest online community platform for service providers and activists working to end human trafficking, forced labor and exploitation around the world. The first forum of its kind, and now an independent non-profit organization, Freedom Collaborative has grown into a dynamic space with thousands of users across more than 100 countries and dozens of partnerships. It brings together practitioners, civil society groups, and government and private sector stakeholders to share expertise, advice and support; collaborate on projects and initiatives; and create important collections of shared data on issues related to the exploitation of vulnerable populations and the nature of the environments in which they live and work.