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74 – Federal Strategic Action Plan on Services for Victims of Human Trafficking

February 6, 2014

This episode of the Ending Human Trafficking podcast features GCWJ Director Sandra Morgan and Board Member Dave Stachowiak discussing the US Government’s five year strategic action plan on services for human trafficking survivors. Sandie and Dave discuss the overarching themes of Coordination, Collaboration, and Capacity. The strategic report includes ideas…

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73 – Hidden Girl: The True Story of a Modern Child Slave – A Conversation With Shyima Hall

January 23, 2014

This episode of the Ending Human Trafficking podcast features Ensure Justice 2014 Speaker Shyima Hall, Survivor Advocate. Shyima was born in Egypt to a very poor family. She was sent to work for a family in Cairo, who later moved to the US, taking 8-year-old Shyima with them to continue…

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72 – A Dozen Myths About Human Trafficking (Part 2)

January 16, 2014

Dr. Sandie Morgan, Dave Stachowiak, and Westminster Police Department’s Deputy Chief Derek Marsh discuss the myths and misconceptions of human trafficking. Deputy Chief Marsh has worked on Orange County’s local anti-trafficking efforts since 2003, including co-chairing the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force for nine years. In Part 2, they…

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71 – A Dozen Myths About Human Trafficking (Part 1)

December 26, 2013

Dr. Sandie Morgan, Dave Stachowiak, and Westminster Police Department’s Deputy Chief Derek Marsh discuss the myths and misconceptions of human trafficking. Deputy Chief Marsh has worked on Orange County’s local anti-trafficking efforts since 2003, including co-chairing the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force for nine years. In Part 1, they…

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70 – How the Travel Industry Can Fight Human Trafficking

December 12, 2013

The travel industry has a unique spot in the fight against human trafficking. Many individuals are trafficked across both local and international boundaries, and those who work in the airline, bus, and hotel industries are likely to come in contact with someone being trafficked. GCWJ Director Sandie Morgan and Board…

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69 – Cyber Crimes and Brittany’s Story

November 28, 2013

GCWJ Director Sandie Morgan and Board Member Dave Stachowiak welcome Tracy Webb, Senior Trial Attorney, Cyber Crime and Child Abuse Policy and Prosecution for the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force in Los Angeles, California. Tracy shares Brittany’s Story, a case that involved a 12 year-old girl from Illinois who…

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68 – The Price of Life in NYC

November 12, 2013

GCWJ Director Sandra Morgan, and Coordinator, Alexis Miller, travel to New York City for the two week event, The Price of Life, hosted by the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. This event reached upwards of 12,000 people on 15 different campuses and through vast impressions on social media has reached a potential…

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67 – White Ribbon Against Pornography

October 28, 2013

Internet access has changed the way we communicate over the last 10 years. Twitter estimates 33 billion tweets per day in the year 2013, yet it didn’t exist 10 years ago. The amount of internet exposer teens and children experience each week is approximately 18 hours – and likely to…

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66 – Refugee Resettlement, Reducing Risk for Human Trafficking

October 17, 2013

GCWJ Director Sandie Morgan sits down with the director of World Relief Spokane, Mark Kadel. The World Relief Spokane office works to provide refugee resettlement assistance, employment services, loans, and immigration services to refugees. This podcast episode explores into link between refugee resettlement and ultimately reducing the risk for human…

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65 – President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

September 26, 2013

Recently, the President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships convened in Washington DC to discuss how to combat human trafficking, aiming for organizations to work together for victim support services and raising awareness. This episode features a special interview Cheryl Pittluck, a GCWJ board member and leader at Anaheim Vineyard…

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