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The “5 Questions” series is back with a member from our policy and government relations team. Abigail Long is our dynamic policy associate based in the Washington, D.C. office, whose recent projects include the Tech Challenge for Atrocity Prevention.
Learn more about Abigail and what’s ahead for her in 2013.
Sarah Symons was writing and recording music for television in 2002; her husband, John Berger, had spent on nearly 20 years working on Wall Street as an investment banker. Ten years later, the couple leads Made By Survivors, creating employment opportunities for modern-day slavery survivors and selling survivors’ products in the United States.
Learn about how they are helping survivors forge new identities as entrepreneurs, and a new project to create an open-source mobile phone program for small businesses in developing markets.
United to End Genocide’s Daniel Sullivan and Shannon Orcutt returned this month from a two-week trip to Ethiopia and South Sudan, where they met with refugees from the crises in Southern Kordofan—a region of Sudan recently attacked by government forces. Here more about the humanitarian situation there and what's next for United to End Genocide as they answer our five questions.
Today is National Freedom Day in the United States, which honors President Abraham Lincoln's signature of the document that later became the 13th Amendment to constitutionally outlaw slavery. Sadly, human trafficking and modern-day slavery continue to persist in the United States today.
Meet one member of the Humanity United team who focuses daily on helping the U.S. government make slavery history.
Are we achieving social change? What are we learning from our activities? And how are we making an impact?
These three questions are among the hardest for philanthropic organizations like ours to answer. At Humanity United, Associate Director of Research Meredith Blair is charged with guiding the team to understanding how we can best answer these questions for ourselves.
Humanity United recently welcomed a unique addition to the team: former Truckee, Calif. Chief of Police Nick Sensley. While serving in law enforcement, Nick developed a special focus on combating human trafficking. He is one of the architects of the United States’ first human trafficking task force.
We selected Nick to help us kick off a new weekly series called “5 questions.“ Learn more about Nick, and how he's helping us expand our U.S. anti-slavery strategy, after the jump.
What three things can't Catherine Chen live without? And what made Nepal her most memorable trip to the field?
Get to know Humanity United's newest addition to the Investment team--a director on our anti-slavery portfolio—as she answers our five questions.