Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak talk about how broadcasters and journalists can tell the story of human trafficking with new perspectives. They talk about shifting the focus to tell the story of demand instead of just focusing on the rescues, and also discuss why it’s important to look at human trafficking with a public health perspective.
- Let’s move from awareness to action.
- Language matters: we don’t call it prostitution, we call it “commercial sexual exploitation.”
- Start telling the story about the demand, rather than just the “rescues.”
- Tell the story about healthy community engagement.
- We should use the term “recovery” in place of “rescue.”
- Think about trafficking from a public health perspective, which changes the focus from results to prevention.
- How can you, in the community, use your expertise and resources to help prevent trafficking?
- 148: We are back to the Language: Labels Matter
- 17: California Transparency in Supply Chains Act
- Transitions: Making Sense Of Life’s Changes by William Bridges
- Human Trafficking Certificate Program
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