Free the Slaves is grateful to welcome Fanta Toure-Puri and Moninda Marube to our board of directors.
A collaborative effort between multiple organizations and the governments of Senegal and Nigeria results in 19 women and children returning to their families in Nigeria.
Currently, more than 50 million people are afflicted by modern slavery, and millions more are at risk. It is vital that effective community-based methods be brought to scale as rapidly as possible.
Free the Slaves and our implementing partner, La Lumiere, successfully reintegrated 16 survivors of Commercial Sexual Exploitation back to Nigeria. The successful return of these survivors to their homes is the first repatriation as part of the Program to Address...
Upon surveying civil society organizations across Southeast Asia, Free the Slaves has published a report, ‘Learning from NGOs’ Approaches to Modern Slavery in Southeast Asia’. Groups working to counter modern slavery in this region and beyond can learn from FTS’s...
Twelve Nigerian women are free from slavery in Senegal today! Adaku*, Joy*, Esther*, and Chinara* were intercepted in Fadougou village on their way to what they believed were good jobs in restaurants, hotels, or boutiques that paid a good salary.