This introductory workshop will review the dynamics of risk and recovery for human trafficking victims. As the methods of traffickers become increasingly sophisticated and targeted to exploit the most vulnerable populations, we will examine signs of trafficking and discuss strategies for raising awareness, advocacy and safety. The course will include interactive exercises to assist in the assimilation of the information and a broad range of guidance that can be practically applied in a range of organizational settings.
This course is appropriate for direct service, clinical providers, foster parents, parents, administrative personnel in health and human service settings, medical personnel, legal professionals, people in the community or who interface regularly with the public.
Presented by the Chair of the Development Committee for SAFE Coalition for Human Rights and offered exclusively through the Global Institute of Forensic Research, this Live Webinar will provide attendees with a solid introduction to the dynamics of risk and recovery for human trafficking victims while earning 2 hours of valuable Continuing Education Credit.
At the end of this training you will be able to…
- Describe human trafficking as a complex global problem as evidenced through data on prevalence and trends.
- Discuss common approaches and profiles of human traffickers.
- Analyze vulnerabilities to trafficking through a macro and micro perspective.
- Discern systemic challenges hindering efforts to stop human trafficking.
- Explore societal trends, biases and prejudices that may inadvertently contribute to risk.
- Discover strategies that practitioners, parents, and organizations can utilize to raise awareness and counteract trafficking efforts.
- Create a personalized plan for raising awareness and reducing your human trafficking footprint.
Introduction to Human Trafficking Awareness, Advocacy & Action Live Webinar Training
September 11, 2019, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM Eastern Time
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