Building Collaborative Responses to Human Trafficking
Human trafficking is modern-day slavery involving people being bought, sold, and forced into slave labor and/or sexual exploitation. The United Nations recently reported that four million people are traded each year against their will to work in servitude in their own country or around the globe. Many are trafficked into the United States. It’s estimated that eighty percent of trafficking victims are women and girls.
FUTURES provides training and technical assistance to organizations seeking to work collaboratively to effectively respond to human trafficking in their communities. Our interactive training opportunities bring together professionals from law enforcement, immigration, and violence prevention in order to advance best practices in preventing trafficking and keeping victims safe. For additional information click here.
To request technical assistance, resources, or for more information on the Building Collaborative Responses Project, please contact Monica Arenas at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about human trafficking and resources available click here.
A Building Collaborative Responses to Trafficked Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Training will take place in the Fall of 2019. For more information and other training opportunities or resources please reach out to Monica Arenas at email@example.com.
Below are past recorded webinars organized through the Building Collaborative Responses Project:
- What Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Organizations Can do to Address Human Trafficking
- Case Management Approaches to Support Trafficked Victims/Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
- Collaborating to Address the Needs of Trafficked Survivors with Disabilities
- Collaborating to Address Trafficking in Rural Communities: Lessons from the Field
- Collaborating with Community Based Organizations and Faith Based Communities to Address Human Trafficking
- Overview of Labor Trafficking and the Intersection with Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
- What is Human Trafficking and Legal Options