[free-them] Freedom Walk
The term "human trafficking" often conjures images of brothels in South East Asia or forced labour in sweatshops throughout the developing world, but unbeknownst to many in our own communities, it is happening in Canada as well.
Join us September 27th at the inaugural [free-them] Freedom Walk to be a part of the solution to end slavery in Canada! Hear from some of Canada's greatest voices on the issue of human trafficking from our government, law enforcement, and survivors of human trafficking. Then head into the streets of Ottawa to walk for freedom. Join the freedom movement and walk with us Saturday, September 27th!! For details & registration, visit www.freethem.ca
Speakers: Ottawa Deputy Mayor Steve Desroches; Minster of Public Safety Steven Blaney; Ottawa Police Detective Carolyn Botting; and survivor of human trafficking Simone Bell. The morning will be emceed by Ken Evraire.
Date and Time:
Saturday, September 27, 2014
9:00am - 11:30am
Breakfast & Honourary Ceremony: 9:00am at the Ottawa Convention Centre, 55 Colonel By Dr.
Walk: 11:30am route: Elgin - Catherine - Bank - Parliament Hill
Register individually or as a team: www.freethemwalkottawa.ca $15 includes complimentary breakfast, guest speakers, slave-free marketplace and a kid-zone prepared with fun activities for children. Join the purple wave, [free-them] t-shirts available for $15 and will be free to those who raise $100 or more.
For Addtional Information, please contact:
Ottawa Walk Coordinator