The Task Force strives to be an educational resource to the community to help it better support survivors of trafficking and to better understand the crime of human trafficking.
TRAINING AND OUTREACH OPPORTUNITIES:
The Task Force is committed to community engagement, collaboration, and providing support to organizations searching to learn more about anti-trafficking. We have provided training to law enforcement, medical service providers, and more. If you are interested in having a speaker or training series for your organization, we would be happy to work with you.
Training can cover a broad range of topics, including:
Human Trafficking 101
Labor Trafficking 101
Human trafficking victim risk factors and identification
"Train-the-trainer" community outreach and education courses
Understanding trauma and direct service for survivors
Law enforcement human trafficking response tools
Medical professional human trafficking response tools
Rethinking Representation: Framing Human Trafficking
"My Life, My Choice" prevention curriculum for at-risk youth
If you are interested in having a training for your community group or organization, please use the "Request a Speaker" link above.
ONLINE TRAINING MODULES
“Rethinking Representation: Framing Human Trafficking for Health Professionals”
Representation is “the description or portrayal of someone or something in a particular way or as being of a certain nature”. This presentation explores how the anti-trafficking movement represents human trafficking in its public awareness efforts via visual media, stories and testimonies, and data and statistics. By the end of the training, participants will be able to identify common missteps and promising practices to utilize a trauma-informed, survivor-centered approach to authentically sharing information about human trafficking for health professionals.
HEAL Trafficking Network webinar. Recorded September 12, 2018. Trainer: Task Force Coordinator, Leanne McCallum.