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Interested in learning more?

Check out the following:

 

International Resources

openDemocracy: Beyond Slavery

https://www.opendemocracy.net/beyondslavery

Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW)

http://www.gaatw.org/

Anti-Trafficking Review (ATR)

http://www.antitraffickingreview.org/index.php/atrjournal

 

National Resources

Polaris Project

https://polarisproject.org/

Human Traffcking Pro Bono Legal Center

http://www.htlegalcenter.org/

Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking, Los Angeles (CAST LA ): Training and Resources

http://www.castla.org/training

Shared Hope International 

https://sharedhope.org/resources/

Anti- Trafficking Network of Northeast Indiana

https://www.antitraffickingnetwork.com/

 

Human Trafficking Tools:

HT Power & Control Wheel (Polaris Project)

Marion County Outreach Tool Kit

Human Trafficking Stakeholder Spreadsheet

Human Trafficking Red Flags

IPATH Taskforce Contact Info

 

Archived Webinars

 

Human Trafficking in Indiana: Considerations for Survivor Centered Response and Referrals in a Healthcare Setting

Date: November 5, 2109

Presenter: Lorie Hardie, MSN, RN-BC, CHSE and Kate Kimmer, MPA

Recorded Webinar: For beginner audience. Click Here

Pre-Test: Click Here

Post Test: Click Here

Handout: Click Here

HT Power & Control Wheel: Click Here

 

Meeting Them Where They’re At: Working with Survivors of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking

Date: October 29, 2019

Presenters: Hannah Verdin, LCSW and Kate Kimmer, MPA

About this webinar: While sex trafficking has existed as long as humanity has, its relevance has grown in the past few years in the public conscious. Survivors of domestic minor sex trafficking (DMST) require resiliency survival skills that have been negatively labeled as manipulative, anti-social, and/or defiant, rather than creative, perceptive, and/or determined. Adapting to and compromising with value and behavior expectations of families and group homes is very challenging, let alone grappling with and processing the trauma experienced before, during, and after a trafficking experience. There is a desperate need for understanding of how to support survivors of DMST and help them in these changes and challenges. This workshop hopes to encourage and empower those affiliated with foster and group homes that working with survivors of DMST can be rewarding when utilizing a trauma-informed, healing-focused approach.

Recorded Webinar: For intermediate audience.  Click here.

 

Un Enfoque Centrado en el Sobreviviente de Trata Laboral en Indiana

Date: October 29, 2019

Presenters: Emma Hughes, JD and Laura Donatelli Bow

About this webinar: El Comite de Trata Laboral de IPATH ha creado una capacitacion centrada en el sobreviviente para contextualizar el estandar federal de personas razonables para el trabajo forzado y la trata laboral. Se utilizan ejemplos para dar vida a patrones de hechos comunes, crear conciencia sobre los problemas de la trata de personas en el estado de Indiana y mas alla, y ayudar a equipar respuestas holisticas y mutidisciplinarias que detecten, prevengan y procesen los casos de trata laboral en Indiana de manera mas efectiva y empoderan y apoyen los sobrevivientes.

Recorded Webinar: For beginner audience. Click here.

 

A Survivor Centered Approach to Labor Trafficking in Indiana

Date: October 21, 2019

Presenters: Emma Hughes, JD and Kate Kimmer, MPA

About this webinar: The IPATH Taskforce Labor Trafficking Committee has a created a survivor-centered training to contextualize the federal reasonable person standard for forced labor and labor trafficking.  Case examples are utilized to bring common fact patterns to life, raise awareness of the issue of labor trafficking in the state of Indiana and beyond, and help equip holistic, multidisciplinary responses that will more effectively detect, prevent, and prosecute labor trafficking in Indiana and empower and support survivors.

Coming soon!

 

Trafficking in the LGBTQ+ Community: Identifying Needs and Addressing Challenges in Service Provision

Date: October 21, 2019

Presenters: K.D. Roche and Morgan Donatelli Bow

Recorded Webinar: For beginner audience. Click here.

 

Human Trafficking in Indiana: Survivor-Centered Response, Victim Advocacy, and Referral

Date: March 29, 2018

Presenter: Kate Kimmer

Recorded Webinar: For beginner audience. Click Here

Handout: Click here