Ending slavery takes a village
(and a little bit of tech too).

Slavery is a complex problem that is too difficult for any one organization to tackle alone. Fortunately, Allies has experience with designing integrated networks that work in unison to address patterns and systems that contribute to the problem.

Harnessing the power of data to make better decisions.

Good data is essential, especially for local anti-slavery groups creating effective strategies to fight human trafficking. With the help of the University of Texas and our Lighthouse screening technology, we’ve compiled data and in turn have gathered a more accurate understanding of the problem, helping network partners measure success and build out better strategies.

Leveraging partnerships to broaden reach across communities.

The network consists of multiple organizations scattered across the public, private, and volunteer domains of the city. Each organization contributes unique insight, skills, and resources to help in the fight against human trafficking at the local level.  

Mapping solutions offers more clarity and confidence.

Mapping solutions give organizations within the network more clarity and confidence about why specific initiatives should be implemented, allowing them to better understand the full impact of those initiatives on the fight against human trafficking.

A living, breathing process that’s continuously refined.  

Once the community network moves into action, supported by reliable data, strong partnerships, and a variety of solutions, the accuracy and breadth of our understanding and impact becomes stronger.