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210 – Collaboration: There Will be Challenges

Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dave Stachowiak are joined by Erin Albright, the former Director of the New Hampshire Human Trafficking Collaborative Task Force. She has over 12 years of experience in the anti-trafficking field and specializes in building organizational capacity and multidisciplinary collaboration through leadership, training, and consultation with service providers, law enforcement, task forces,…

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201 – Engage Together: A Model for Collaboration

Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dave Stachowiak discuss internet safety among youth with Alana Flora. Alana is the Chief Operations Officer at Alliance for Freedom, Restoration, and Justice (AFRJ) and directs the Engage Together Initiative. They discuss education on internet safety, internet risks for youth, and resources to protect our youth. Key Points The Engage Together Initiative helps…

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149 – Collaboration: Working Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak discuss Sandie’s experience in Greece running the 3-day conference “Working Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings.” She explains how hard it can be to collaborate in the fight against trafficking, but also that working together is the only way to win the fight. Key Points Many refugees were working…

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135 – Collaborations and Ethical Decision Making

In this third part of the series on ethics and decision making, Dave, Sandie and Derek continue to explore the importance of ethics in collaborative work. Anti-human Trafficking Collaborations often happen between law enforcement, victim service providers, health care providers and centers, social service agencies, and faith-based/volunteer organizations. With all these collaborations happening to end human…

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97 – Collaboration Challenge: A Conversation with Alexis Miller

On this episode of the Ending Human Trafficking Podcast, GCWJ Director Sandra Morgan and Board Member Dave Stachowiak interview Alexis Miller, Coordinator of GCWJ. At the 2015 Ensure Justice Conference, Alexis and her student interns launched a special project called the Collaboration Challenge. The Collaboration Challenge is an interactive opportunity for people to actively get…

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89 – Community Engagement Pt. 1: Collaboration

In this episode of the Ending Human Trafficking Podcast, GCWJ Director Dr. Sandra Morgan, and Board Member Dave Stachowiak discuss an important part of the mission of GCWJ – Study the Issues. When discussion what your role is in the fight to end human trafficking, it is important to be prepared and understand the issue…

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261: Legal Advocacy with Sarah Byrne

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Sarah Byrne, founding member of the National Survivor Law Collective. Dr. Morgan and Sarah discuss the need for trauma-informed legal services for survivors of human trafficking and their complex legal needs. Sarah Byrne Sarah has years of experience representing survivors of sex and labor trafficking and is nationally recognized…

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255: The Role of Resilience in Prevention with Dr. Brenda Navarrete

Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dr. Brenda Navarrete discuss the importance of building resilience in children as it can play a key role in prevention. They consider the characteristics that can be built in kids as protective factors to the challenging and difficult environments they face and how resilience can be taught at any age. Brenda…

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254: How to Think About Labor Trafficking in the Five P Model with Derek Marsh

Sandie Morgan and Derek Marsh discuss how anti-trafficking efforts can be adjusted to increase the focus on labor trafficking and how the five P model works strictly related to labor trafficking. They go into depth on being victim-centered and trauma-informed when working with labor trafficking victims and how sex trafficking efforts relate to labor trafficking…

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253: Overlapping Networks with Podcasts, Performing Arts, and Professors

Dr. Sandie Morgan, Dr. Bonni Stackowiak, and Prof. Warren Doody discuss the importance of overlapping networks as a method for pursuing interdisciplinary work. Together, they discuss Dr. Elizabeth Dermody Leonard, a significant mentor in all their professionals and personal lives, who encouraged and pushed them all to think and work outside their traditional academic and…

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