Please join us for an evening of music, food and a look at modern day slavery. 6-8:30pm Smith Auditorium, Shore School $20 entry - BUY YOUR TICKETS TODAY!
We are excited to partner with THE FREEDOM PROJECT INDIA which is now operational in BANGALORE, INDIA! There are an estimated 14 million slaves in this beautiful country and so it was obvious we needed a presence there. The Freedom Project India Sports Academy has been established as a preventative project for the most vulnerable boys […]
Children love to play. But what happens when the playthings become guns and the game becomes warfare? It is estimated that over 250 000 children are currently being used by government forces and non-government groups to fight in armed conflicts around the world. Some are used in combat, while others (particularly girls) are forced to […]
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world – Nelson Mandela The Freedom Project is actively engaged in community awareness and education. Awareness starts when someone tells the truth, others begin to listen, and the door is opened to become fully educated.The circle is complete when education results not just […]
WHY build a community? A community can be defined as being a group of people formed and unified by sharing common attitudes, interests or goals. Building such a community is at the heart of The Freedom Project. We recognise that the huge task of eradicating modern day slavery is a team effort, not won by […]
The Freedom Project was established in 2010 by Michael and Liz Newton-Brown, as an International Christian Justice Organization working to eradicate human trafficking and slavery. Missionaries to Uganda and Kenya during the 1990’s, Michael, Liz and their 3 young children, returned home to Sydney, Australia in 1998. They spent the next few years building a […]