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Train-the-Trainer: Labor Trafficking
The Greater New Orleans Human Trafficking Task Force (GNOHTTF) and Loyola University New Orleans’s Modern Slavery Research Project (MSRP) have launched a train-the-trainer program to increase knowledge and skills regarding human trafficking identification and response among the professionals most likely to come into contact with victims of human trafficking in their line of work.
The program builds a team of trained professionals from the fields of social work, medicine, law enforcement, child advocacy, gender rights/justice, education, immigration, law, and criminal justice. At the completion of the training, participants will be able to provide training about evidence-based, trauma-informed, and victim-centered approaches to human trafficking.
The training is provided free of charge and is funded in part by the Department of Justice and Office of Victim Services Enhanced Collaborative Model Anti-Trafficking Grant. In return for the training, participants will be expected to hold at least one training within their place of work within four months of the yearly major training. MSRP will provide continuing education credit (CLE, CEU, etc.).
Speakers with include individuals from law enforcement, legal services, survivors services, and state and federal agencies.
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