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239 – The Rise of Prevention and the Role of the Faith Based Community

Dr. Morgan discusses the anti-slavery and anti-human trafficking NGO Arise with Arise Director and Co-founder Luke de Pulford and Arise Manager of Frontline Advocacy Tove van Lennep. They examine the unique way Arise operates and the impact it has. They also address, how collecting data on these topics presents a struggle, and Arise has created…

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218 – How to Strengthen the Human Trafficking Prevention Conversation

Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dave Stachowiak review a 2018 Policy brief produced by the Society for Community Research and Action. It offers a guide to strengthening the human trafficking prevention conversation and allows us to review best practices. Key Points Raising awareness alone is not sufficient to prevent human trafficking. It must be used as…

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214 – The Role of Advocacy in Prevention and Protection

Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dave Stachowiak are joined by Linda Smith, Founder and President of Shared Hope International, and Christine Raino, Senior Director of Public Policy. Linda was recently appointed to the White House Public-Private Partnership Advisory Council to End Human Trafficking. Christine leads the Center for Justice & Advocacy’s research and advocacy on state…

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183 – Restoration, Partnership, and Prevention in Uganda

Kelsey Galaway, the founder of Willow International, shares her strategic plan that is implemented in Uganda with Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dave Stachowiak. She emphasizes restoration, partnership, and prevention as interrelated strategies that are necessary to work together in order to create a holistic program to combat human trafficking. Resources Willow International Freedom Collaborative The…

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124 – Prevention- Trauma Informed and Transformational Schools

During this episode, Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak talk about how education contributes to life success, and how it can be used as a prevention tool in schools where children are dealing with different types of trauma. The idea that trauma only happens occasionally is overturned by current research brief: Unlocking the Door to Learning. Children…

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115 – National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month

In this podcast Sandie and Dave discuss the difference between Prevention and Awareness and why it is important to include slavery in the discussion around National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month 2016. In 2008 we started recognizing the Anti-Human Trafficking movement with a DAY – January 11 – as National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. …

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109 – Prevention – Saving up for a Rainy Day

During this episode, Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak discuss the two divisions of developmental assets which are internal and external assets. External assets focus on positive experiences from the people and experiences in a young person’s life such as family support, adult relationships, caring neighborhoods, and family involvement in schooling. Internal assets focus on individual…

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85 – Prevention that Empowers – A Biblical Best Practice Model

In Episode 85, Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak discuss one of the oldest prevention stories available to us – 2 Kings 4:1-7 (NLT). In this story, a mother of two young boys works to prevent her boys from being taken as slaves. The woman asks for help and begins taking steps to ensure her…

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52 – Cyber Exploitation Prevention: Predict, Protect, Practice, and Pray

Straight from Ensure Justice 2013, Director Sandra Morgan and GCWJ Board member Dave Stachowiak discuss the online exploitation prevention model Sandra presented during Plenary 3 of the conference. Following the P’s of prevention, Sandra focuses on 4 P’s – Predict, Protect, Practice, and Pray. The Model of Prevention provides tools to DO something. As the problems…

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38 – Prevention Strategies Focused on Needs

Prevention strategies are often well intended, but don’t go far enough to address the real needs of potential and current victims. Sandra Morgan, the Director of the Global Center for Women & Justice and Dave Stachowiak, one of the Center’s board members, discuss Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and how it is being used by pimps…

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