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Three trailblazing organizations have joined the Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST), expanding the alliance’s depth and breadth of expertise and strengthening the alliance’s collective voice. HEAL Trafficking, Humanity United Action and the McCain Institute for International Leadership bring
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This presentation from CommonSpirit Health is focused around clarifying some of the misconceptions that persist in the perception of human trafficking. It has been reviewed by HEAL Trafficking’s Protocol Consultancy Team.
“Human trafficking is a hot topic these days, but what is it really and what is the emergency medicine (EM) clinician’s role in caring for these patients? ….the care of pediatric patients warrants special consideration in the clinical discussion of human
Alexis J. Handal, Lisbeth Iglesias-Ríos, Paul J. Fleming, Mislael A. Valentín-Cortés, and Marie S. O’Neill, 2020: “Essential” but Expendable: Farmworkers During the COVID-19 Pandemic—The Michigan Farmworker Project American Journal of Public Health 110, 1760_1762, https://doi.org/10.2105/AJPH.2020.305947 For “essential” blue-collar workers, the
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Health

HEAL Trafficking brings together physicians, practice clinicians, nurses, dentists, psychologists, counselors, public health workers, health educators, researchers, social workers, administrators, and other professionals who work with and advocate for survivors of human trafficking.

Education

The HEAL Education and Training Committee focuses on educating health care providers about trafficking and making relevant, evidenced-based training resources more accessible.

Advocacy

The HEAL Advocacy Committee advances the field of trafficking and health care by affecting public policy at local, regional, national, and international levels.

Linkage

The fight against trafficking benefits from the multi-pronged efforts of non-profit organizations, government divisions, and academic centers. Together, they form linkages that connect and strengthen the HEAL network and anti-trafficking efforts around the world.

HEAL

We are a united group of multidisciplinary professionals dedicated to ending human trafficking and supporting its survivors, from a public health perspective.

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