At the President’s Interagency Task Force on Human Trafficking, the White House today announced the Partnership for Freedom (PFF)’s third challenge, Pathways to Freedom. It will officially launch in early 2017 and will challenge local communities to address practices, policies, and perceptions so that every survivor of trafficking receives the respect, support, and opportunities that they deserve. Sign up here to stay tuned for more information in 2017.
Pathways to Freedom follows on the heels of our first challenge, Reimagine: Opportunity, which supported innovation in victims services and the second challenge, Rethink Supply Chains, which mobilized the tech community to fight labor trafficking in global supply chains.
The Partnership for Freedom, a multi-million dollar public-private partnership dedicated to spurring innovation in the fight against human trafficking, was first announced by President Obama in 2012.