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The Global Center for Women and Justice launched the Ending Human Trafficking podcast  in 2011. Our hosts are Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dr. Dave Stachowiak. Our mantra is Study the Issues. Be a voice. Make a difference. We believe that if you do not study first, you may say or do the wrong thing. 

Check out our latest episodes!

257: The Role of Social Enterprise in Prevention and Intervention, with Wendi Copeland

In this episode of the podcast, Sandie Morgan and Wendi Copeland, Chief Strategic Partnership Activation Officer, discuss how the mission …

256: Men! Fight For Me, with Alan Smyth

Dr. Sandra Morgan and Alan Smyth, Executive Director of Saving Innocence, discuss his newly released book, Men! Fight for Me: …

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255: The Role of Resilience in Prevention with Dr. Brenda Navarrete

Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dr. Brenda Navarrete discuss the importance of building resilience in children as it can play a …

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254: How to Think About Labor Trafficking in the Five P Model with Derek Marsh

Sandie Morgan and Derek Marsh discuss how anti-trafficking efforts can be adjusted to increase the focus on labor trafficking and …

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253: Overlapping Networks with Podcasts, Performing Arts, and Professors

Dr. Sandie Morgan, Dr. Bonni Stackowiak, and Prof. Warren Doody discuss the importance of overlapping networks as a method for …

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252: What It Takes to Get Unstuck with Kathy McGibbon Givens

Dr. Sandie Morgan and Kathy McGibbon Givens discuss how to get “unstuck” in survivor aftercare. They consider the language we …

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