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The Quickstart Guide to Ending Human Trafficking teaches you the five critical things you must know before you join the fight against human trafficking. Join us today we'll email you a copy!

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The Quickstart Guide to Ending Human Trafficking teaches you the five critical things you must know before you join the fight against human trafficking. Join us today we'll email you a copy!

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160: The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime: An Interview with Panagiotis Papadimitriou

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak talk to Panagiotis Papadimitriou to discuss the important work he is doing at UNODC. They discuss the legal database and research he is conducting. They also talk about the difference between human trafficking and migrant smuggling and why it is so critical to understand the distinction. Key Points Much…

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159: What is a medical home?

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak talk to Dr. Ron Chambers about the importance of teaching physicians proper patient care systems for trafficking victims in order to build better medical homes. Key Points Few medical students receive human trafficking training. We need to meet the need of the patient population not just in the first…

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158: Health and Human Services: TAG – Think Act Grow

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak talk about TAG, which stands for “Think, Act, Grow.” TAG is a “multi-sector approach that challenges organizations and professionals to improve adolescent health through a strengths-based, positive youth development approach that emphasizes youth engagement.” Key Points The TAG initiative acknowledges the limitations of the adolescent brain but it also…

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157: Using your Expertise as a Volunteer – An Interview with Attorney Jessica Springer

Jessica Springer joins Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak to talk about dual-jurisdiction children (part of the criminal justice system and the dependency system like foster homes) and how judges aren’t able to make good decisions if they don’t know the child’s full background. They also talk about current and upcoming human trafficking bills in…

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156: Reporting on Human Trafficking: Fresh Perspectives

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak talk about how broadcasters and journalists can tell the story of human trafficking with new perspectives. They talk about shifting the focus to tell the story of demand instead of just focusing on the rescues, and also discuss why it’s important to look at human trafficking with a public…

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155: Innovation: An interview with Kenny Henry

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak talk to Kenny Henry about the human trafficking programs he is involved in and all that he’s learned, including the challenging of finding housing for survivors and the impact substance abuse has on victims. Key Points Think about if there are already organizations in your community that would allow…

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