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267: The Intersection of Business and Human Rights with John Cotton Richmond

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Ambassador John Cotton Richmond to discuss the intersection of business and human rights. John Cotton Richmond Ambassador Richmond is an attorney and diplomat focused on ethical business, human rights, democracy, and rule of law. He served in the country’s highest position dedicated to combating human trafficking as a U.S. …

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266: Rescuing Boys Labor Trafficked in the Fishing Industry with Chris Field

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Chris Field from Mercy Project in Ghana, an organization that works with the community through education and empowerment to combat labor trafficking and build stronger communities. Chris Field Chris Field is the Founder and Executive Director of Mercy Project. He traveled to Ghana for the first time in August …

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265: Sustainable Housing, Aftercare, and Existing Resources with AVODAH Collective

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by three speakers from the AVODAH Collective, an organization that is partnering with churches to create space for women survivors of sex trafficking, young people, and families to find restoration through trauma-informed aftercare. They all discuss ingredients of the “secret sauce” to sustainable housing and aftercare. Speakers Deb O’Hara-Rusckowski, RN, …

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263: Substance Use Prevention in Schools with Stephan Lambert

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Stephan Lambert, the Prevention Coordinator with OCDE. Together, they discuss the prevalence of substance use amongst youth, prevention strategies, and intervention to teach youth about the harms of substance use and the signs of withdrawals, addiction, and mental health disorders. Stephan Lambert Stephan Lambert is the Prevention Coordinator at …

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262: Human-Centered Design with Shauntina Sorrells

In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Dr. Shauntina Sorrells, Chief Program Officer at Orangewood Foundation. Dr. Sorrells discusses what a human-centered design is, the various stages, and how to implement it. Dr. Shauntina Sorrells, MSW DSW Dr. Shauntina Sorrells joined Orangewood Foundation in 2019. She holds a Master’s and …

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260: Labor Trafficking Outreach with Rachel Parker

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Rachel Parker discuss labor trafficking outreach strategies, touching on community allyship, training and safety protocols, and outreach with and to the local community to identify labor trafficking victims. Rachel Parker Rachel Parker is the Anti-Human Trafficking Services Program Manager at World Relief Triad, which she had led for 10 years. She …

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259: Which Screening Tool Should I Use, with Dr. Corey Rood

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dr. Corey Rood discuss what screening tools are, their prevalence in prevention and identification of human trafficking, and how diverse human trafficking screen tools are due to the complex nature of human trafficking and exploitation. Corey Rood, MD Dr. Corey Rood is the Medical Director of Child Abuse Pediatrics with the …

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258: Missing Children and the Overlap with Child Trafficking, with Elizabeth Smart

Dr. Sandra Morgan is joined by advocate, Elizabeth Smart to discuss the importance of teaching young children how to protect themself, safe boundaries, and how to know who to trust. They conclude the conversation with the topic of bystanders and how everyday people can play a role in protecting women, men, and children. Elizabeth Smart …

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