Global Freedom Exchange (GFE) Programme


Organisation:  Vital Voices

Apply By:  27 Apr . 2018


Global Freedom Exchange (GFE) Programme
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Capitalizing on the leadership and expertise of international leaders in the Vital Voices network, the Global Freedom Exchange (GFE), A Hilton Worldwide and Vital Voices partnership, leverages leadership to end trafficking. Relying on a multi-faceted, impact-oriented approach, the program provides a dynamic educational and mentoring opportunity for emerging women leaders who are on the forefront of global efforts to prevent and respond to the destructive crime of child trafficking.

Each year, the GFE convenes a select group of between 15-25 women leaders from countries around the world. Over the past four years, the GFE has involved a total of 87 women leaders from 38 countries in the two-week experiential, interactive, learning and networking program in the United States that have developed unique, effective approaches to addressing human trafficking.

GFE participants, known as GFE Fellows, leverage the knowledge and networks gained from this program to enact positive change in their own communities and regions. Five GFE Fellows are selected each year to receive small grants to implement projects that build on the program’s mission to end child sex trafficking around the world. 

GFE Fellows all over the world use the tools and connections they obtained during their Fellowship experience to offer comprehensive services to survivors, reduce vulnerability to trafficking, hold perpetrators accountable, and to create a worldwide network of anti-trafficking leaders who are creating a safer world for vulnerable youth.

Who Is Eligible to Participate in the Global Freedom Exchange?

To be considered for this program, you must meet the following criteria.

  • All candidates must be women
  • All candidates must have professional working proficiency or higher in the English language
  • All candidates must represent a non-governmental organization (NGO) or institution working to eliminate human trafficking
  • All candidates should demonstrate a commitment to preventing, responding to, and eliminating labor trafficking and/or sex trafficking, particularly as it relates to and affects women and girls
  • All candidates should demonstrate leadership potential. Candidates should lead or be actively engaged in organizations where they have demonstrated an interest in passing on new skills and contacts to other women and girls in their communities.

Application Instructions

Only completed applications will be reviewed for acceptance. The online application and nomination form will close at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on April 27, 2018. No applications will be accepted after that time.

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