The future of the anti-trafficking movement includes survivor engagement and leadership. Join us December 16 @11:30am Washington, DC time for a live streamed panel discussion. Hear the voices of survivors and an ally as they discuss how to engage survivors in meaningful ways and how the anti-trafficking movement can progress. Some areas that will be discussed include: increased economic empowerment of survivors; the importance of mentorship to empower survivors to become leaders; implementing trauma-informed practices (rather than just including survivor voices); and influencing policy. Participants are welcome to leave comments and ask questions in the chat space on the program page; we will address as many as time allows. This event is hosted by the U.S. Department of State Trafficking in Persons Office.