Labor Trafficking

312 – How Does Intersectionality Inform Our Response to Human Trafficking?

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Kevin Bales as the two discuss the importance of intersectionality when fighting to end human trafficking. Kevin Bales Kevin Bales is a professor of contemporary slavery and a co-founder of Free the Slaves, a nonprofit organization that works to end slavery worldwide. He has written several books and articles …

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311 – Youth Labor Trafficking and Forced Criminality

Dr. Sandra Morgan is joined by Kaitlyn Zedalis as the two discuss the role of forced criminality in labor trafficking. Kaitlyn Zedalis Kaitlyn Zedalis is the associate director of research, learning, and advocacy for the Covenant House Action and Research Tank (CHART) at Covenant House New Jersey, where she oversees agency initiatives related to research, …

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296 – Understanding and Pursuing Labor Trafficking Cases Collaboratively, with Derek Marsh

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Derek Marsh, the Associate Director of the Global Center for Women and Justice at Vanguard University. The two discuss the importance of shedding light on labor trafficking as well as understanding labor trafficking cases collaboratively. Derek Marsh Derek Marsh is the Associate Director of the Global Center for Women …

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294 – Combatting Exploitative Child Labor in the U.S., with Matthew Soerens

Sandie is joined by Matthew Soerens from World Relief to discuss a recent New York Times investigation that revealed unaccompanied children arriving at U.S. borders are being exploited for labor. They discuss the findings of the report, the U.S. process to place children, and the Department of Labor’s response. Matthew Soerens Matthew Soerens is the …

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290 – BJA Fellowship Review, with Derek Marsh

Sandie Morgan is joined by Derek Marsh, Associate Director of the Global Center for Women and Justice. They discuss Derek’s BJA Fellowship on human trafficking and how law enforcement and task forces can be more proactive in investigating and assisting labor trafficking. Derek Marsh, MA, MPA Derek Marsh retired from the Westminster PD, CA, after …

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286 – How Do We Measure Prevention, with Jeni Sorensen

Sandie is joined by Jeni Sorensen from Poverty Action to discuss research methods and data gathering approaches to help NGO’s evaluate their programs. They look at the different types of data, how to design your research, and existing tools. Jeni Sorensen Jeni Sorensen is a human trafficking specialist with 20 years of experience designing, managing, …

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23 – Victim Needs Served by the Salvation Army

Understanding the complexity of serving tracking survivors helps us better understand the issue of human trafficking. Sandie interviews Sherri Harris from The Salvation Army to discuss how The Salvation Army works with trafficking victims in Orange County and helps us understand all the resources needed to serve the whole person. Key Points The Salvation Army’s …

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17 – California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak discuss the Transparency in Supply Chains Act that will become law in the State of California on January 1st, 2012. This new legislation helps to ensure ethical labor practices for companies based in California, which can also create a trickle effect and create greater ethical supply chain standards around …

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