Prevention

314 – A Prevention Framework, with Kimberly Casey

Dr. Sandra Morgan is joined by her friend and colleague, Kimberly Casey. The two discuss the National Human Trafficking Prevention Framework and the ways in which human trafficking is not simply a crime, but a human rights and public health issue. Kimberly Casey Kimberly is Communications and Prevention Specialist at the Office on Trafficking in …

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310 – What’s the Best Way to Equip Business Leaders?

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Kirsten Foot and Kenneth Andrew as the three discuss the role of Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking (BEST) in equipping businesses with the tools and resources necessary to end trafficking. Kirsten Foot Kirsten Foot, PhD, is the CEO and Executive Director of Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking (BEST) which …

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307 – Understanding Challenges in Preventing Human Trafficking Among Roma Youth, with Christina Chalilopoulou

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Christina Chalilopoulou as the two discuss the complex challenges in prevention of trafficking of Roma youth. Christina Chalilopoulou Christina Chalilopoulou is the co-founder and CEO of a ALYSOS Alert. She’s a graduate of London Metropolitan University and has a degree in European Studies and Ethics. Christina Chalilopoulou has also …

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306 – Survivor Voices Leading Change, with Jerome Elam

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Jerome Elam as the two discuss the importance of advocating for male victims of trafficking. Jerome Elam Jerome Elam is president and CEO of Trafficking in America Task Force, Child Sex Trafficking Survivor, Survivor Leader, recipient of the Award for Courage presented by the National Council of Jewish Women, …

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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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287 – What Can We Learn About Child Safety from a Child Abuse Investigator, with Samantha Miller

Sandie and Samantha Miller, a child safety and restorative justice consultant, discuss how parents and organizations that work with children can empower children with tools to protect themselves and create a safe space for children to disclose harm. The outline five preventative safety rules and seven elements for an effective child safety protocol. Samantha Miller …

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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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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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282 – Crisis Prevention of Ukraine Refugee Trafficking, with Ioana Bauer

Sandie Morgan and Ioana Bauer, with eLiberare in Romania, discuss a crisis prevention model in response to the Ukrainian refugee crisis. They discuss when to prepare for a crisis and four critical components to a safe and sustainable model to address a refugee trafficking crisis. Ioana Bauer Ioana Bauer has been active in the area …

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