On 10/17 there is a hearing before DC City Council on a bill that fully decriminalizes buying sex and stash houses, which often involve significant amounts of coercive exploitation. The […]
When survivors come forward, it is difficult and sensitive, and the way media covers, and we talk about, Demi Moore’s experience is important.
It’s hard enough to identify and grapple with human trafficking as it is, but even moreso when a parent, who is responsible for helping shape a child’s worldview and norms, is their trafficker.
Join us for an evening under Steiner Ranch Pavilion (Austin, TX) overlooking the 18th hole and the beautiful grounds. Meet anti-human trafficking crusaders fighting to stop human trafficking in Texas and beyond! And last but not least, enjoy an Italian wine dinner that will be one to remember!
Collective Liberty earns Top Finalist status at Mass Challenge Texas. Of the 74 other businesses selected for the accelerator, we will join the final 14 (top 19% of the cohort that was narrowed down from over 700).
Our CEO Rochelle Keyhan was honored with the International Association of Financial Crimes’ annual “Cyber Crime Investigations Contributor of the Year” award at this year’s conference.
Did you know that a 10 lb bag of chicken quarters cost $4.99 in Austin, TX the day ICE arrested 680 at poultry processing farms – farms where people were responsible for hand cutting each quarter? Our demand for cheap goods is a contributing factor to the exploitation in the poultry processing industry.
Our work and direct guidance through Collective Liberty this year has helped with the proposal of 7 different laws this year like this one in Aurora, CO.
A large part of our work with partners in Europe has been learning the ins and outs of the different partial decriminalization models that exist. Overwhelming our European partners agree […]
Following a nomination process that began in May, and a rigorous review of more than 100 nominations from emerging changemakers by IS staff and our Selection Advisory Group, we are proud […]
The proposed Domestic Workers Bill of RIghts could codify workplace protections and standards that women of color in the industry have spent years organizing around; with the potential to impact 2.5 million domestic workers, including nannies, house cleaners, and home care workers.