Human Trafficking: Myths & Realities

For youth, upper middle and high school ages:
Human Trafficking 101: a 45-minute informational overview of trafficking, including definition of terms, a look at who is involved, red flags for possible trafficking scenarios, and action steps for how youth can be involved in standing up against this problem. (for ages 14-18 years)

What Would I Do?:  human trafficking prevention curriculum designed for Upper Elementary to High School Students to foster critical thinking about healthy relationships, develop a proactive response to harmful cultural messages, and identify action steps for responding to unsafe situations.  This training provides youth the space for addressing harmful stereotypes, barriers to seeking help, and strategies for staying safe.  Requires 2 Hours (either 2 separate hours or a one 2-hour class)

For those who work with youth:
Human Trafficking: Myths, Facts, and our Community’s Response: an introduction to the issue of human trafficking, including scope, definitions, vulnerability factors for victims, indicators of possible trafficking, services available, and how to identify and report. Length is flexible, from 45 minutes to 1.5 hours. (must be over 18 years to attend)

Audience: The presentation can be tailored for youth, communities, parents, and professionals.

Time: 45 minutes to 3 Hours—can be tailored to fit your time schedule          Fee: Free