Freedom Registry has been up and running in the United States since March of this year. Currently, our team in California is working hard to recruit and assist organizations across the country enter and verify their information so we can expand the database. Interested in understanding more about what others are doing in your community to address human trafficking and labor exploitation? To check out organizations who have already registered, just go to freedomregistry.org and take a look.
Since our launch in March, we've had several partner organizations in regions around the world ask if they can bring Freedom Registry to their country or region. In response to these requests, and because human trafficking is a worldwide issue requiring collaboration on a global scale, Chab Dai has decided to integrate the expansion of Freedom Registry to these regions as part of our Global Learning Community project. Thus far, we have interested partners in almost every continent - Europe, South America (including Central America), North America, Asia and even Africa!
To find out more about how Freedom Registry is expanding, and how this expansion will be integrated into a global platform Chab Dai is building called Freedom Collaborative, go to freedomcollaborative.org and stay tuned for more updates!
Want to be part of what we're doing? Be sure to be part of the change by donating this Holiday Season to one of Chab Dai's projects, or - even better - give the gift of freedom by donating in the name of a friend or loved one (see the "gift" option on our GlobalGiving pages).
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