Where is the anti-trafficking movement on data? How do we measure human trafficking using available data? Guest Panelists: Jessie Brunner, WSD Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice, Stanford University (https://handacenter.stanford.edu/people/jessie-brunner) Amy Farrell, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice,
In recent years, domestic violence advocacy and health programs have increasingly partnered together to improve health and safety of survivors, yet there is little data on the impact that these partnerships have on survivor health access and health outcomes. In
On the World Day against Trafficking in Persons, Dr. Hanni Stoklosa, Executive Director of HEAL Trafficking (find the complete bio here), shares her experience as a health provider and expert in the field: What can health providers do in the
Topic: “The Intersection of Mental Health and Healthcare, & the Benefits of Survivor Involvement in Direct Services and Advisory/Leadership/ Training.” WARNING: CONTAINS EXPLICIT CONTENT. Chairs: Dr. Katherine Hargitt, PsyD and Dr. Rachel Robitz, MD Assistant: Lucy Mahaffey Guest Panelists: Nola Brantley, Founder
MODERATOR: Elise Hopper, Ph.D. (Co-Chair, HEAL Mental Health Council) CO-CHAIRS: Katherine Hargitt, PsyD and Dr. Rachel Robitz, MD (HEAL Direct Services) ASSISTANT: Lucy Mahaffey (HEAL Technical Assistant) PANELISTS: Rafael Baustista and Russell G. Wilson — Rafael Bautista is an Expert
Cathy Zimmerman, PhD, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, is internationally known in the global anti-trafficking field as a rigorous and principled researcher. The goal of this HEAL Research Committee is to frame how to critically consider all investigations.
This New England Coalition Against Trafficking webinar will discuss the intersection of substance use disorders and trafficking, with a special focus on opiate dependence. Presenters: Daniella Cameron, MSW, is the Senior Director of the Preble Street Teen and Anti-Trafficking
This webinar is part of a four-part webinar series aims to foster partnerships community health centers and domestic violence programs participating in Project Catalyst and to promote the safety, health, and healing for survivors of IPV and Human Trafficking seeking services in either community
This web conference will explore the problematic nature of human trafficking in our communities through the public health lens and how it is linked to sexual violence and domestic violence. A recently published book, Human Trafficking Is a Public Health Issue:
Co-hosted by HEAL Trafficking and the American Hospital Association, this webinar provides insights on legal aspects and resources available to human trafficking victims. Hospitals and health systems are often a trusted partner to victims of human trafficking. Legal experts highlight
Presentation included subject matter experts in human trafficking prevention and in disaster preparedness and response, including: ·Griselda Vega Samuel, Esq Director of Anti-Trafficking Program Safe Horizon ·Song Kim, Esq Staff Attorney Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund ·CDR Aimee
This presentation explores how the anti-trafficking movement represents human trafficking in its public awareness efforts via visual media, stories and testimonies, and data and statistics. By the end of the training, participants will be able to identify common missteps and
GNYHA and HANYS will co-host the second webinar in a series on the New York State human trafficking training law to provide hospitals with relevant information on implementing the law’s requirements. The webinar series was developed in response to the
GNYHA and HANYS co-host the first webinar in a series on the New York State human trafficking training law to provide hospitals with relevant information on implementing the law’s requirements. The webinar series was developed in response to the passage
In a previous FC webinar titled “Multiple Systems Estimation in Human Trafficking Research” (13 March 2018) experts taught us about the MSE technique on how to calculate an estimate of modern slavery in a given area. In this webinar Dr
19 Jul 2018 – PART II – This event aims to assist stakeholders working towards Target 8.7 increase their understanding of measurement of forced labour, modern slavery, human trafficking, and child labour and improve monitoring of progress towards their eradication. It will provide a forum
19 Jul 2018 – This event aims to assist stakeholders working towards Target 8.7 increase their understanding of measurement of forced labour, modern slavery, human trafficking, and child labour and improve monitoring of progress towards their eradication. It will provide a forum for
This informative webinar, – explains the issue of forced marriage in the U.S., – outlines the ways in which forced marriage, human trafficking and domestic violence may intersect, and – guides health professionals in recognizing potential cases and responding to
An empowerment approach is a primary goal of anti-trafficking work, which includes elevating the survivor voice (U.S. Department of State, 2017). In its recently published human trafficking resolution, the APA (2017) strongly encourages that research initiatives and program development efforts
CFHI runs free, live webinars at various dates and times throughout the year. Webinars provide information on CFHI’s UN-recognized Global Health Education Programs, various academic partnership options, and other global health topics.
This webinar provides a brief overview of the problem from a public health, clinical, and human rights perspective; explains how clinicians can identify and respond; and illustrates how forging community and systems partnerships build more effective local responses.
This comprehensive webinar will allow attendees to understand the magnitude of the problem, its root causes, and how solutions lie in many realms, including conscious consumerism, broad-based global health programs, astute clinical assessment, effective advocacy, and much more.
This one hour webinar, featuring HEAL’s Drs Kimberly Chang and Hanni Stoklosa, introduces a public health framework for human trafficking, which allows communities to identify and respond to the complex needs of all survivors of human trafficking while addressing the
Informative webinar from HEAL Trafficking and the Tahirih Justice Center which – explains the issue of forced marriage in the U.S., – outlines the ways in which forced marriage, human trafficking and domestic violence may intersect, and – guides health
As part of the American Hospital Association’s Hospital Against Violence initiative, join Hospitals in Pursuit of Excellence and the Association for Community Health Improvement for their upcoming webinar on how hospitals and health systems can prevent human trafficking. Among many
This presentation is the first in a multi-part series in which Holly Austin Gibbs, Program Director of the Human Trafficking Response Program and Philip Brown, RN, BSN, Director of Emergency Services at Dignity Health Mercy Medical Center in Merced, CA
This presentation discusses the importance of using a victim-centered and trauma-informed approach when caring for a victim of any type of interpersonal abuse, neglect, violence or exploitation. The webinar presents strategies and discusses the importance of this approach when caring