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309 – The Asian Pacific Islander Human Trafficking Task Force, with Panida Rzonca

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Panida Rzonca as the two discuss the importance of organizations who provide services to those of different cultures, specifically the Asian Pacific Islander community. Panida Rzonca Panida has been working with Thai victims of human trafficking at Thai CDC since 2007. Panida oversees and provides all direct social and …

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293 – Investigating Child Exploitation, with Erin Burke

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Erin Burke from Homeland Security to discuss federal investigations into child exploitation crimes. They discuss the public-private partnership between HSI and NCMEC, the difference between child exploitation and human trafficking, and the rise of sextortion amongst our youth. Erin Burke Erin Burke is the Unit Chief for the Child …

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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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288 – Practical Strategies to go Beyond Awareness

Sandie and Dave reflect on how far the movement has come since the Trafficking Victims Protection Act passed in October 2000, and was soon followed by the United Nations Palermo Protocol in December 2000. In 2023, we are positioned to move beyond awareness. Ending human trafficking requires everyone–educators, business leaders, social workers, attorney, nonprofits, and …

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285 – Focus on Children Under Stress, with Stacy Deeble-Reynolds

Sandie and Stacy Deeble-Reynolds discuss FOCUS, a program designed to intervene when youth experience a traumatic event and provide guardrails, support, care, and a safe environment at an early stage when need is most critical. They reflect on similar programs in other states and how someone can bring FOCUS to their community. Stacy Deeble-Reynolds Stacy …

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284 – Restorative Justice, with Steve Kim and Project Kinship

Sandie is joined by Steve Kim, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Project Kinship, an organization that provides services, healing, and hope to individuals who have been affected by incarceration, gangs, or violence. Steve Kim discusses what is restorative justice and their work in the Orange County collaborative courts. Steve Kim Steven Kim is the Co-Founder …

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51 – Reports from the Field: Networking and Building Community at Conferences

How do you get the most of out a conference? GCWJ Director Sandra Morgan and Board member Dave Stachowiak discuss how you can learn to be a voice is by attending conferences. A conference is an excellent place study the issue of human trafficking, as well as network with others who share the same goals. Building relationships …

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47 – Partnership: Law Enforcement and Church Leaders

Partnership – the fourth “P” – is an element that requires those who come from very different backgrounds and missions to find common ground to stand on, seeking opportunities for effective community engagement and Prevention of human trafficking. Global Center for Women and Justice Director Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak, one of the Center’s board member, …

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20 – Community Engagement to End Human Trafficking

Sandie Morgan and Dave Stachowiak provide key principles on community engagement. They discuss the need to evaluate and assess what exists in the community and how to develop responsible and sustainable models of community engagement. Key Points Key Principles for Community Engagement Be clear about the purposes or goals of the engagement effort as well …

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10 – How a Small Business Can Help End Human Trafficking

Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak interview Cindy and Chris Haughey from Tegu to discuss how businesses can play an important role in ending human trafficking. The Haughey’s talk about why and how they started their business and the positive outcomes they have seen since. Key Points There is a 30% unemployment rate in Honduras, leading …

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