The Freedom Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply for the positions listed below.
Compliance and donor reporting accountant
Location: London, UK
Application deadline: 25 October
The focus of this role is two-fold: to serve as the internal compliance expert in relation to institutional funder terms and conditions for the organisation (most notably UK and US government) and to produce budgets and financial reports for all donors to the Freedom Fund (including governments, private foundations, corporates and individuals). This role will co-ordinate across teams and work closely with the Programs and Strategic Partnerships teams as well as Finance. Click here for more information.
The Freedom Fund is committed to the importance of meaningful survivor inclusion and leadership. As such, particular consideration will be given to applicants with lived experience of trafficking and/or forms of modern slavery.
Funding opportunity: Analysis of bonded labour and trafficking case data, and at-risk community data, in India from the Pathways case management system
Application deadline: 28 October
The Freedom Fund (freedomfund.org) identifies and invests in the most effective frontline efforts to eradicate human trafficking. Over the past five years, the Freedom Fund has been working with local partner NGO’s in the Indian states of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan to address the systemic causes of bonded labour and trafficking. In collaboration with Praxis India and with funding from the UK Home Office, the Freedom Fund is currently piloting a digital case management system for survivors of human trafficking. The Pathways case management system supports partner organisations in providing integrated care to survivors and at-risk communities. This is possible through the collection and management of client case data.
One aim of the Pathways project is to provide accurate and timely data on trafficking and bonded labour to local/regional government to support evidence-based policies, and to identify communities at risk of exploitation. To achieve this, the Freedom Fund is commissioning secondary analysis of case data from the Pathways system. The goal of the analysis will be to assess trends or manifestations of trafficking and exploitation across the project areas, to assess gaps in service provision or government support, and to make policy recommendations for support of survivors. The research will analyse case data from 25 local NGO’s across Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan. Findings of this analysis will be summarised in two thematic reports. The Freedom Fund anticipates this to be a combined 5-month project, with research commencing in November 2020, and final reports due March 2021. Click here for more information.