Let’s Talk About Prevention Resources – Preventing Child Trafficking

 

Thank you for viewing the LET’S TALK ABOUT PREVENTION online learning session: Prevention and Early Recognition of Child Sex and Labor Trafficking featuring Jordan Greenbaum, MD. Below, you will find additional resources you may find helpful:

Session Related Resources

Session Presentation Slides

Human Trafficking Fact Sheet

Shared Hope International Trafficking Laws State Report Cards

Free, One-Hour Online Professional Development Training: Preventing, Recognizing, and Responding to Human Trafficking

Free Lesson Plan on Human Trafficking: Child Abuse Prevention Month | April 2020 Lessons

Fighting the Pandemic of Child Trafficking Blog

 

Additional Resources

Discussing Sensitive Topics with Kids

MBF Prevention Education Programs Overview

MBF FREE Online Trainings and Resources

Funding Assistance Guide

Safety Brief: Partnering with Schools

Additional MBF resources can be found at https://www.mbfpreventioneducation.org/resources/.

 

PolarisProject.org
Polaris Project is a leading organization in the global fight against human trafficking and modern-day slavery. By successfully pushing for stronger federal and state laws, operating the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline (1-888-373-7888), conducting trainings, and providing vital services to victims of trafficking, Polaris Project creates long-term solutions that move our society closer to a world without slavery.

Love146.org
Love146 believes in helping grow the movement of abolition while providing effective, thoughtful solutions to the global problem of human trafficking.

NEST
National Educators to Stop Trafficking is dedicated to empowering students who are equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to stand up against sex trafficking and to create a culture that supports a world free of gender-based violence.

 

 

 

 

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