FREEDOM COMMONS, POWERED BY INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE MISSIONREGISTER NOW
AT THE 2015 ADVOCACY SUMMIT, YOU WILL:
Get updates from the front lines of the fight against injustice from IJM staff.
Discover how your actions as an advocate are having a direct impact in the field.
Receive special training in advocacy, lobbying, and movement building to use on the Hill—and back at home!
Head to Capitol Hill with your fellow advocates to ask our members of Congress to join us and help end slavery.
We’d like to invite you to use what you already have to help end modern-day slavery: your voice and your influence. Join IJM and advocates from across the country in Washington, DC! This 2-day event is a unique opportunity to connect with others who are passionate about ending modern-day slavery.
Why you should come to the Summit:
YOU have a special role to play in making slavery history! Please join us and raise your voice on behalf of justice and the nearly 36 million men, women, and children living in slavery today.
What we'll do at the Summit:
Advocates and IJM supporters from across the country will gather in Washington for two days in September to learn more about IJM’s work, hear about the impact of advocacy, connect with people from across the country, and influence members of Congress to support the work of justice.
When is the Summit:
September 21-22, 2015
Where is the Summit:
Washington, DC at the Holiday Inn Capitol
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WE WANT YOU ON CAPITOL HILL!
You are invited to join IJM and a select group of advocates from across the nation in Washington, DC. You have been identified as a voice for freedom and we need you in this fight. This September, use your influence to help end modern-day slavery at the 2015 Advocacy Summit.
Learn how to be a powerful voice for justice, join forces with like-minded people to increase the political will in the fight to end modern-day slavery.REGISTER NOW
WHY SARA MEADOWS IS SPEAKING UP ON BEHALF OF THOSE WHO ARE VULNERABLE IN OUR WORLD.
"I need to speak out on their behalf ... It is an absolutely sacred act when we advocate for people who we will never meet.”