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This unforgettable and inspiring conference features today’s most pressing issues in the anti-trafficking field. Presentations and workshops will focus on skill-building, survivor experiences, cross-discipline collaboration, task force development, case studies and lessons learned. The JuST Conference continues to stand by the motto that each person has a role to play in preventing and ending commercial sexual exploitation, and that a collaborative community response is critical. Whether you are just getting started or have been working on the issue for years, we have something for everyone.

2023 Agenda and Program

The Conference Program is now available.

Conference Program


Wednesday, November 1
8 a.m.–7 p.m.

  • Early Bird Check-in, 8 a.m.–12 p.m.
  • Welcome Reception & Exhibits Open, 10–11 a.m.
  • Lunch, 11 a.m.
  • Welcome and Opening Keynote, 12 p.m.

  • Afternoon Workshops, 1–5:30 p.m.
  • Networking Happy Hour, 5:30–7:30 p.m.

Thursday, November 2
7:30 a.m.–5:45 p.m.

  • Breakfast, 7:30–8:30 a.m.
  • Morning Workshops, 8:30 a.m.–12 p.m.
  • Lunch, 12–1:00 p.m.
  • Afternoon Workshops, 12:45–5:00 p.m.

Friday, November 3
8:30 AM–12:30 PM

  • Breakfast, 7:30–8:30 a.m.
  • Workshops, 9-10:15 a.m
  • Closing Keynotes, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Click here to view the Live Illustrations of a select number of keynote presentations and workshops completed by Big Paper Strategy at the 2021 & 2022 JuST Conference.


“This was such an inspiring and wonderful conference.I truly did learn so much and I appreciated hearing from survivors as well as experts who are doing amazing things to tackle human trafficking.It was an amazing experience.”

“Great presenters, great subjects, and a palpable shared passion for this important, but often difficult work. Made me feel rejuvenated and prepared to continue pursuing better outcomes for my HT survivors.”

“The conference is well organized and provides opportunity for every profession to engage in the fight while also allowing plenty of opportunity to network.”

“The thing I liked the most about the conference was the diversity of voices and approaches included; we got to hear from multiple types of system actors with different attitudes (on the subject).”

JuST Registration and Ticket Info


Registration has reached capacity and is closed. We are not able to accept onsite registrations.

Changes to existing registrations must be received by Friday, October 20.

Cancellations received:

  • by October 16 are eligible for a full remind minus an administrative fee.
  • between October 17 and October 23 are eligible for a 50% refund minus an administrative fee.
  • after October 23 are not eligible for a refund.

All attendees should plan to arrive on the evening of Oct. 31 or morning of Nov. 1 and depart in the afternoon on Nov. 3.



See our Terms and Conditions & Refund Policy.

Due to the sensitive, and sometimes graphic, nature of content provided during our workshops and presentations, we require that all attendees are 18+.

General Admission
Entire Conference Program (Plenary presentations and Workshops)
Breakfasts and Lunches
Networking Happy Hour

Discounted rates will be available for survivors, students and Ambassadors of Hope.

This ticket is for any organization that wants to attend the conference AND host an Exhibit Tabletop
(2) General Admission Tickets
Breakfasts and Lunches
(1) Table with (2) Chairs, Electrical sold separately ($150 in registration form)

Exhibitor Kit and Tabletop Floorplan coming soon

This ticket is for any organization that wants to attend the conference AND host an Exhibit Tabletop
(2) General Admission Tickets
Breakfasts and Lunches
(1) Table with (2) Chairs, Electrical sold separately ($150 in registration form)

Exhibitor Kit and Tabletop Floorplan coming soon


Washington, D.C., is one of the world’s leading destinations for travel and tourism. The city offers great air and public transportation options, unique venues, award-winning hotels, and hundreds of free attractions.

Explore the monuments along the National Mall and the city’s vibrant and character-rich neighborhoods. Outstanding shopping, free museums and can’t-miss theater make D.C. a must-see. Check out this Visitor’s Guide.

Washington, D.C. Official Visitors Guide

Omni Shoreham Hotel


2500 Calvert St NW
Washington, D.C. 20008

Sleeping rooms at the Omni Shoreham are sold out the night of Thursday, November 2 (the final night of the conference). There are a limited number of rooms still available on the nights of October 31, November 1, and November 3. You may still book these nights online or contact hotel directly at 1-888-444-OMNI.

Other hotels near the Omni Shoreham:

This information is provided as a courtesy to conference attendees, who are responsible for making their own arrangements for accommodations. Please note the conference organizer (Shared Hope International) does not have special rates at these hotels.

Woodley Park Guest House (B&B)
Distance to Omni: 0.3 mile/7-minute walk

The Churchill Hotel Near Embassy Row
Distance to Omni: 0.7 mile/16-minute walk

Distance to Omni: 0.7 mile/16-minute walk

The Normandy Hotel
Distance to Omni: 0.7 mile/15-minute walk

American Guest House (B&B)
Distance to Omni: 0.8 mile/16-minute walk

Washington Hilton
Distance to Omni: 0.8 mile/18-minute walk


By Car – If you choose to drive into the Washington DC, The Omni Shoreham is offering discounted valet overnight parking for $45 per night for JuST Conference guests. Near the Shoreham and throughout DC we encourage you to find discounted parking through apps like SpotHero and ParkWhiz

By Air  – There are three major airports in the Washington, DC region: Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (airport code: DCA), Washington Dulles International Airport (airport code: IAD) and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (airport code: BWI). All three offer multiple U.S. and international flights daily. The Reagan National Airport is the closest airport to DC proper, just a 10-minute drive from city lines. For more information on transportation to and from DCA, click here.

By BusClick here for a list of options for traveling to/from DC via bus.

By Train – To take the train to DC, book an Amtrak to DC’s Union Station.

Once you are in town, there are many transportation options for navigating DC. Visit the for detailed information.

Frequently Asked Questions

We want you to be comfortable. Casual or business casual attire is perfect. Consider dressing in layers as conference rooms in hotels can be cool and the temperature can vary among rooms. Be sure to bring your walking shoes. Fall weather in Washington, D.C., is usually cool with daytime highs in the mid-50s. Be sure to check the forecast before you arrive!

You may indicate on your registration form if you are vegetarian or require a gluten-free diet. We’ll work with the venue to address any and all food allergies, but we are limited to what they can provide. Our lunch selections have always included vegetarian, gluten and dairy free options and we’ll strive to make sure this year’s menu will, too. We appreciate your patience with this. Be sure to notify us of more severe allergies.

With the exception of an occasional private workshop (for survivors or law enforcement only, for example), there is no pre-registration for workshops. All seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Once a workshop has reached its capacity, facilitators will close the doors and direct attendees elsewhere.

Due to the sensitive, and sometimes graphic, nature of content provided during our workshops and presentations, we require that all attendees be age 18 or older.

You, your new friends, and Shared Hope staff will have the chance to connect over beverages and light local faire. Access is complimentary for General Admission ticket holder, but attendance is optional.

If there are any concerns, frustrations, or grievances you experience leading up to or during our event, we want to hear about it. You can always include that in your conference evaluation, which is read by our staff each year. If there’s something you’d like to address directly with our staff, contact the conference organizer at Include your full name and organization/company. You may also reach us in other ways: visit our website for more information, contact Shared Hope International headquarters by calling 1-866-437-5433, or send us a note via snail mail: P.O. Box 1907, Vancouver, WA. 98668.

We have in-person workshop available at this year’s JuST. We have decided to keep all programing in-person in 2023 so we will not be offering a virtual component like we have done in recent years.

Yes! Presenters have been asked to make their materials available to attendees a week before the conference. Look for an announcement with a special passcode for downloading resources a few weeks before the event.

Yes! This year there will be internet access available in the meeting rooms.

All CEU or credit applicants are required to sign in and out of workshops in each session and complete the session surveys in the mobile app. This program is approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval # 886539647-8661) for 11.5 continuing education contact hours. NASW are the only pre-approved CEUs offered at this year’s JuST Conference. If you would like a general certificate of attendance with details regarding your sessions to submit to another governing body, please sign in/out of the NASW CEU sign-in sheets so that we have record of your unique session attendance.

will be made available to any attendees upon request following the conclusion of the conference. Please contact to request your certificate.

Thank You to Our 2022 JuST Conference