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Human Trafficking Content Topic Results

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Results displayed are grouped first by VAWnet Special Collections then by individual related materials. For assistance in locating a resource, use our online contact form.
total results: 180  | date published date added a-z

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January 2015

National Directory of Programs with Experience Serving Immigrant Victims

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This directory includes contact information for service providers with experience working with immigrant victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, U-visa crimes and human trafficking. The database is organized by state and also searchable by language.
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  • General Material
January 2015

Human Trafficking in America’s Schools

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The guide includes information on risk factors, recruitment, and how to identify trafficking; what to do if you suspect trafficking, including sample school protocols and policies; and other resources and potential partnership opportunities.
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January 2015

Child Welfare and Human Trafficking

Publisher(s):
This issue brief provides a broad overview of the crossover between the child welfare field and the work currently being done to prevent and respond to the trafficking of children and youth in the United States.
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November 2014

Recourse for Trafficked Native Women in the Duluth Harbor

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In this article, the author first discusses how Native women, girls, and boys have been sold for sex on ships in the Duluth Port in Minnesota, an issue she previously wrote about in a report entitled "Garden of Truth: The Prostitution and Trafficking of Native Women in Minnesota."
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November 2014

2014 Protected Innocence Challenge: A Legal Framework of Protection for the Nation's Children

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This full report includes an introduction to the Challenge, Map of State Grades, 2014 Legislative Advancements, Protected Innocence Legislative Framework Methodology, and a number of issue briefs.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
October 2014

How can I identify and assist victims of human trafficking accessing domestic violence services?

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Domestic violence programs are likely encountering human trafficking victims, whether knowingly or unknowingly. NRCDV's October 2014 TA Question of the Month provides information on screening for human trafficking and assisting trafficking survivors in domestic violence programs.
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  • Training Tools
June 2014

Screening for Human Trafficking: Guidelines for Administering the Trafficking Victim Identification Tool

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Contents include The Purpose and Limitations of Screening; Tips for Conducting Interviews; Frequently Asked Questions; Advice on Using the Trafficking Victim Identification Tool (TVIT); TVIT long and short versions; Training and Other Resources, and; Definitions of Human Trafficking in the United States.
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May 2014

Human Trafficking & Native Peoples in Oregon: A Human Rights Report

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The report focuses specifically on Native populations within Oregon. Its focus is one of a human rights legal fact-finding report that sets out to measure whether federal, state, and local government officials are meeting their obligations under international, national and state law in prosecuting traffickers, protecting survivors, and preventing trafficking as it involves the Native population in Oregon.
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January 2014

Global Report on Trafficking in Persons

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The most common form of human trafficking is sexual exploitation (79% of human trafficking cases). The victims of sexual exploitation are predominantly women and girls.
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  • General Material
January 2014

Public Benefits Flow Charts: VAWA Self‐Petition and Cancellation, U-Visas, T-Visas, and SIJS

Publisher(s):
The public benefits flow charts pertain to VAWA self-petition and cancellation, U-Visas, T-Visas, and Special Juvenile Immigrant Status (SIJS).
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November 2013

Conducting Safe, Effective and Ethical Interviews with Survivors of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence

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This media guide includes considerations and guidance for anyone setting out to interview survivors. The tips are organized into stages of preparation for the interview, during the interview, after the interview and special attention is given to ensuring the safety and security of interviewees.
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  • General Material
September 2013

The Devastating Impact of Human Trafficking of Native Women on Indian Reservations

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According to this testimony, Native women experience violent victimization at a higher rate than any other U.S. population. Congressional findings are that Native American and Alaska Native women are raped 34.1%, more than 1 in 3, will be raped in their lifetime, 64%, more than 6 in 10, will be physically assaulted. Native women are stalked more than twice the rate of other women. Native women are murdered at more than ten times the national average. Non-Indians commit 88% of violent crimes against Native women.