Do you ever wonder if the materials you’re working to create – curriculum, outreach materials, Bible studies, manuals, etc. – have already been written? Would you like to learn from others who have been engaged in prostitution and anti-trafficking work for years?

Now there’s one site that has it all! (OK, not everything…but it’s a good start.) And, even better, you can share your OWN resources, knowledge, and information, too. Tell the collaborative what is working for you – and rate existing resources in the library.

The Freedom Collaborative’s library features tools, reports, books, laws, and more.

The Freedom Collaborative is the brainchild of the people who created the Freedom Registry in the USA. They realised that there was a need for a collaborate place to share ideas and information, and they are working toward that goal! The registry already lists nearly a thousand projects (mainly in the US) working on this issue; the library is slowly filling up with useful resources; and the online collaborative community is coming soon!

EFN core team members Heike Lippmann and Jennifer Roemhildt Tunehag have already been asked to participate in dialogues with other global practitioners: video of these conversations will be available in the library later this year.

This is a tool that you don’t want to miss. Check it out online at http://www.freedomcollaborative.org/ and click the link at the bottom of the site to learn ’How it works’.