Shared Hope International's­ "Sharing the Hope 2012" Summit

Join inspiring survivors, friends, and colleagues at Shared Hope International’s biggest event of the year, Sharing the Hope 2012, November 29 to December 1 in Washington, D.C. Shared Hope is offering a host of events including their unique “Do You Know Lacy?” training, a 6-track community training that provides identification and intervention tools to law enforcement, prosecutors, juvenile service providers, youth advocates, and community members.


Shared Hope will host a National Colloquium to bring experts and shelter and service providers from around the nation together to inventory and evaluate promising practices in restorative responses to trafficking survivors.


Survivors in a variety of professions - counselors, researchers, service provider and NGO founders and executive directors - will speak on a range of panels to the critical needs of trafficking survivors and the services currently available.

At the grand finale, Sharing the Hope Gala and Pathbreaker Award Ceremony, come see the chilling dramatic performance by survivor advocates and artists, Stacy Lewis and Shamere McKenzie.


Linda Smith also is offering an exclusive tour of the U.S. Capitol to registrants on Dec. 1. You can learn more about Sharing the Hope 2012 or register by visiting www.sharedhope.org/sharingthehope.aspx. Hope to see you there!

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  • Teiko

    If you want to attend just the training its[masked] :( and 149 with the gala. If u go on their website you can see the prices

    November 23, 2012

  • Kelsi

    Hi- this sounds great! How much are tickets? what if you can only attend one or two days? I'm really interested in the 'Do You Know Lacy' training but how can I find out when the training is (specific times/days?)

    November 23, 2012

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We just grab a coffee and speak French. Some people have been coming every week for months... it creates a kind of warmth to the group.

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