Beyond Survival

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Read our new report, released in March 2017,

The Human Trafficking of Domestic Workers: Findings from the Beyond Survival Campaign


The Beyond Survival campaign of NDWA, launched in 2013, seeks to build the capacity of our affiliates and their communities to respond to human trafficking of domestic workers. Through worker-led organizing that links human trafficking to worker rights, immigrant rights, gender equity and racial justice, we are working to end human trafficking in the U.S. and around the world.

Beyond Survival focuses on lifting up the experience and vision of trafficked domestic workers in our membership. Rather than just telling stories of abuse and survival, our campaign tells stories of leadership and policy change led by workers themselves.

 Meet Beyond Survival’s NDWA Affiliate Anchors

 Beyond Survival Core Values

 Learn more about Beyond Survival’s Policy Recommendations

 Learn about Human Trafficking and Domestic Workers