Archive

January 30, 2023

New Publication: Meaningful Engagement of People with Lived Experience


On January 25, the National Survivor Network and Global Fund to End Modern Slavery introduced a first-of-its-kind framework for survivor engagement at an event in
December 2, 2022

Scarcity Thinking and Movement Leadership


Chris     Resources
When we have an incomplete view of what "survivor leadership" could be, sometimes we get protective or possessive of what few opportunities we think there
November 29, 2022

NSN 2022 Report


Chris     News and Updates
We've had a busy year! Want to know what we've
October 18, 2022

Training: Navigating Professional Boundaries


Chris     Resources
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October 18, 2022

Dear survivor leader


Chris     Resources
This movement can be rough on us. Remember that managing other people's perceptions of you is not your job. Change starts with each of us,
September 30, 2022

Trauma-Informed Storytelling


Chris     Resources
In the anti-trafficking sector, many movement leaders are hesitant to disclose lived experience for fear they won’t be taken seriously as a professional. And many
September 27, 2022

Brave Space? Safe Space? Emergent Space


Post by Chris Ash, Survivor Leadership Program Manager Over the summer of 2020, two incredible Moxie Scholars from UNC Chapel Hill came
July 26, 2022

Tips for navigating a workplace trauma response: Fear of saying “no”


Chris     Resources
Sample language: "Hi, Alix! I'm honored to be invited to take point on the budgeting
July 20, 2022

Learning: The Spectrum of Agency


Chris     HT Learning
At the NSN, we recognize the spectrum of agency as an essential part of our
July 7, 2022

Tips for managing a workplace trauma response: False sense of urgency


Chris     Resources
Sample language: "Hi, Sandra. I'm sorry the report I sent over wasn't quite right. Since
June 15, 2022

Announcement: G7 must address forced labor


Chris     News and Updates
The National Survivor Network joined global anti-trafficking organizations calling on the G7 to address forced labor: "As leaders of the most