-11th Annual Freedom Network Conference
CONFRONTING HUMAN TRAFFICKING: DEFINING PRIORITIES IN 2013
April 17-18, 8AM-5:30PM
Presentations and workshops by experts on human trafficking issues for Advocates, Legal Representatives, Social Service Providers, Government Officials, Prosecutors, Law Enforcement Officers, Faith Community (with a dedicated law enforcement track)
Registration Fee: $325
Early Bird Registration by Feb 28th: $305
Three or more people from the same organization: $305
Registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, and breaks both days.
(Discount code for guest speakers, government employees, and Freedom Network members can be obtained by contacting Latha at email@example.com)
Conference includes breakfast, lunch, and 2 snacks
A special rate of $224/night is offered to all conference attendees
To reserve, call 1-703-416-4100 or click on
300 Army Navy Drive
Arlington, VA 22202
Questions? Please contact:
1. What are my transport options getting to the event?
The DoubleTree is 2.5 miles from Reagan National Airport(DCA) and offers a dedicated, complimentary shuttle service to and from the airport as well as a shuttle to and from Pentagon Metro Station. The DoubleTree is within walking distance to Pentagon City Metro Station (just 2 and 1/2 blocks).
2. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
3. Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes, you will need to log back into your account by clicking here. (If you haven't yet set a password, enter the email address you used when registering for the ticket and click Reset password. An email with a link to reset your password, along with instructions, will be sent to the email address that you entered.)
Once you're logged in, click the My Tickets tab at the top of the page (you may be directed here automatically). Then click View Order below the name of the event for which you'd like to transfer your ticket.
Click Edit and Enter in the name and email address of the person to whom you want to transfer your ticket, and click Save
Now you can click Print to download and print the updated ticket. To get the ticket to the new attendee you can either print it out and give it to them in person or save the PDF file and email it to the new attendee.
4. Can I update my registration information?
5. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
We will have a list but it is better to bring a copy of your printed ticket
6. What is the refund policy?
All refunds must be completed within 72 hours of the conference date. If you are unable to attend and would like a full refund, please log in to your account and click on the [Request Refund] link or email firstname.lastname@example.org within 72 hours of the conference date (by 8 AM April 14th). We do not offer partial refunds or partial tickets for one day attendance.
7. The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
No, if you are giving your ticket to another, you must transfer the ticket online. See Question 3.
When & Where
Freedom Network USA
Freedom Network (USA), which was established in 2001, is a coalition of 39 non-governmental organizations that provide services to, and advocate for the rights of, trafficking survivors in the United States. Since the enactment of the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 (VTVPA), Freedom Network (USA) members have worked closely with trafficked persons to ensure that they receive necessary services guaranteed under the VTVPA and have also been engaged in monitoring implementation of the law.
Freedom Network (USA) Mission and Vision:
The Freedom Network USA is a national alliance of experienced advocates working with survivors of all forms of human trafficking to ensure that trafficked persons have access to justice, safety, and opportunity.
We strive to:
Ensure that trafficked persons are treated as victims and not criminals, are able to have full access to justice, including the right to full compensation and restitution from the traffickers, and are provided with access to linguistically-appropriate and culturally-sensitive, victim-centered social, mental health, medical, legal, educational, vocational and other services.
Increase public awareness of the crime of trafficking through education, research, training and community outreach and organizing for the purpose of preventing trafficking and supporting the rights of trafficked persons.
Engage in advocacy at the local, national and international levels on behalf of trafficked persons and for full prosecution of all traffickers, including corporations and their subcontractors.
Develop local and national networks in the United States and to link with international networks in order to carry out these above activities.