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Alliance to End Slavery & Trafficking Announces Membership Expansion
Three new organizations broaden coalition’s reach and expertise
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Alliance to End Slavery & Trafficking, a U.S.-based coalition that advocates for solutions to prevent and end all forms of human trafficking worldwide, today announced three new members: Futures Without Violence, National Domestic Workers Alliance, and National Network for Youth.
“These three organizations will strengthen the coalition’s impact on U.S. policies to fight all forms of modern slavery, particularly where human trafficking intersects with gender-based violence, youth homelessness, and workers’ rights,” said Melysa Sperber, Director of ATEST. ”We believe our members’ collective experience implementing programs at home and abroad provides our coalition an unparalleled breadth and depth of expertise that we can leverage for positive change.”
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