William James College’s Human Trafficking Community Research Hub (HTCRH) aims to address the mental health and psychological consequences of human trafficking with research in collaboration with communities.
In collaboration with the City of Houston, Mayor’s Office and community partners, the Baylor College of Medicine Human Trafficking Program at Ben Taub Hospital was created in 2016 to respond to the urgent needs of Houston-area victims and survivors of human trafficking. The
The Carr Center seeks to promote human dignity through the study of human rights norms, advocacy, and observance, and through the education of leaders to understand the importance of human rights in the formulation of sound public policy.
The FXB Center conducts innovative field research that takes a rights-based approach in order to understand the constraints and obstacles faced by these marginalized populations and to discern possibilities for release and empowerment.
This project endeavored to generate a teaching module for current emergency providers, as well as for healthcare professional students, to inform them of the clinical presentation and appropriate treatment of human trafficking victims.
The Women’s Center created an innovative anti-trafficking Task Force comprised of University faculty and staff, state and local legislators, NGOs, and other community leaders who are interested in working to eradicate the trade of human beings.
The Human Trafficking Collaborative Network (HTCN) is a network of researchers, interprofessional students and community partners with a common interest in improving understanding, identification and response to human trafficking and exploitation of vulnerable populations.