Stalking, Trafficking and Economic Security

They Won’t Leave Me Alone: Intersections of Stalking, Trafficking, Economic Security

Description: This workshop will explore the intersections between stalking, trafficking and economic security. Participants will explore how stalking tactics are used to force and coerce individuals into sex and labor trafficking, prevent survivors from engaging in legal protections, and sabotage economic opportunities. Participants will also explore safety planning best practices to support survivors in the workplace and beyond. The primary audience for this session is victim-service provider agencies, workforce development professionals, and employers. Speakers: Carolyne Ouya (Promoting Employment Opportunities for Survivors of Trafficking – PEOST), Olivia and Suzanna (Workplaces Responds), Monica Player, Esq. and Maria Jose Fletcher, Esq. (BWJP)

Date: Thursday January 26, 2023 Time: 10:00-11:00pm PST/ 1:00-2:00pm EST

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