Video recordings of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Health and Human Trafficking Symposium, held November 28–29, 2018. The recordings include opening and closing remarks and panel discussions from the 1.5-day event. The symposium addressed current and
On November 2, 2017 a congressional briefing was held in partnership with the Congressional Victims’ Rights Caucus and several sponsors seen below. A panel of researchers described (1) conditions that increase a person’s vulnerability to trafficking victimization, (2) community-based strategies
Healthcare providers play a crucial role in identifying victims of human trafficking. Learn about Christine’s story about how healthcare workers could have better identified signs and symptoms that she was being trafficked.
Dr. Susie Baldwin recounts stories of trafficked people to illustrate the importance of teaching health professionals to recognize the invisible signs of human trafficking and provide trauma-informed care to patients suffering from this hidden crime.