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I've been thinking about what it must be like for a woman to go home again for that first time. No doubt it's a trip full of emotions that can only be answered...

When Janet Rogers first visited Murshidabad, what she saw altered her life in an unexpected way. 2014 went on to become a remarkable year not only for her, but also for the first 7 women...

Every new year brings hope for new beginnings and opportunities offering a better, prosperous future. With the vision of offering 10,000 women a choice...

It was in 2010 that we heard for the first time, Kerry Hilton speak about the lives of thousands of women trapped in Kolkata’s sex trade and the work of Freeset establishing freedom...

A family of traveling artists used art to inspire and transform the broken communities surrounding Freeset. A painted swallow brings an image of hope and protection for the women in Sonagacchi seeking freedom....

“I want to go home,” committed the first Nepali woman after four years of visiting Tamar’s community center. The Tamar team saw her determination and became dedicated to make it happen....

Freeset Fabrics is celebrating training and new trainees this week. While acknowledging that employment is not the only answer to troubles that women in India face – it can play a significant role in effecting positive change...

Co-founder Annie Hilton, even in midst of her busy schedule, found a few minutes to share with us her reflection on Freeset turning 15 years young....

It was a festive day. Around 300 people danced together celebrating 15 years of freedom! It was an occasion to remember the lives that have been transformed and the hope that has taken root as a result of this freedom business we call Freeset....