Education Program

Who do we train and educate?

Locally, Nationally & Internationally

Tailored programming includes:

Internet Safety: how to spot the risks of human trafficking on social media, websites, and other forms of technology

Culture, Society, and Entertainment: how exploitation, violence, and commodification of women are glamorized and normalized; how to be sensitive to derogatory language and images when we talk about human trafficking

Ethical Consumerism: how consumers can use their buying power to promote fair trade goods and ethical fashion

Child Welfare: how human trafficking affects children of all ages and how we can better protect them, especially in child welfare systems and foster care

Just the Facts: clarifying myths and misconceptions, including the difference between smuggling and trafficking, different types of trafficking, who the traffickers are, and who is exploited

Human Trafficking Laws: national and state laws that protect human trafficking victims, current movements and advocacy around new laws

Healthcare: how to spot medical red flags, bruises, branding of victims, coached or inconsistent stories

Law Enforcement: how to spot unnecessary security features, red flags for law enforcement to be aware of when they stop someone or pull someone over

Whether you’d like to schedule a short 10-minute info session or a half-day seminar, we will tailor every presentation to meet the needs of your audience. Click the button below to  schedule an educational session with our Manager of Education, Training & Advocacy, Tori Curbelo.

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Want to get involved in other ways? Contact us to:

    • Collaborate on conferences
    • Participate in panel events
    • Host Alternative Spring Break Service Learning Programs
    • Provide keynote speeches
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