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Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking in the United Kingdom: Know It, See It, and Respond... Course Length: 30 minutes Who should take this course? General public; anyone who wants to learn more about the prevalence of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking in the UK and what steps they can take to prevent and report these crimes.  Course description Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking in the United Kingdom: Know It, See It, and Respond... will shed light on the myths and facts of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking in the UK. You'll learn what makes some people more vulnerable than others to being victimised by a trafficker; the industries, places and situations that are often leveraged by perpetrators for exploitation; why this egregious crime goes undetected so often and most importantly, how you can spot the signs of human trafficking in every day situations and take appropriate action on behalf of victims.  Learning Objectives  Define modern day slavery and human trafficking through concepts of “acts, means, and purpose”  Describe the pervasiveness of and types of modern day slavery and human trafficking in the UK   Identify the common victim vulnerabilities, signs, and indicators of modern day slavery and human trafficking  Apply appropriate action steps if a potential MSHT situation is identified Read More

Human Trafficking in the United States: The Truth and What You Can Do About It* Course Length: 30 minutes Who should take this course? General public; anyone who wants to learn more about the prevalence of human trafficking in the United States and what steps they can take to prevent and report human trafficking crimes.  Course description Human Trafficking in the US is among the least understood and least visible crimes in our country. Yet, at least 400,000 people in the US currently live in situations of modern slavery. While Human Trafficking takes many forms, the most common exploitations in the U.S. occur through sex and labor trafficking. Through real life stories and interactive scenarios, Human Trafficking in the United States: The Truth and What You Can Do About It will shed light on the myths and facts of Human Trafficking in the United States. You'll learn what makes some people more vulnerable than others to being victimized by a trafficker; the industries, places and situations that are often leveraged by perpetrators for exploitation; why this egregious crime goes undetected so often and most importantly, how you can spot the signs of human trafficking in every day situations and take action on behalf of victims.  Learning objectives By the end of this course, learners will be able to:  Define “human trafficking” Describe the pervasiveness of and multiple types of human trafficking Explain typical victimization factors, pathways, barriers to leaving, and common impacts of human trafficking Identify the signs of sex and labor trafficking and exploitation Apply recommended calls-to-action *If you are part of a Church or community group and would like a facilitation guide to go through this training as a group, please reach out to trainingsupport@hopeforjustice.org Interested in sponsoring an online course, customizing Hope for Justice training for your group or learning more about supply chain risk in your business?  Please contact us today if you're interested in any of the following: Certified/accredited training for healthcare, law enforcement or hotels/hospitality Learning more about the supply chain risks in your business and our work in Slave Free Alliance  Customizing or co-branding a Hope for Justice course for your organization or business Learning more about our online course sponsorship opportunities Read More

  Keeping Kids Safe in the Digital World Course Length: 60 minutes Who should take this course? Parents, educators, caregivers Course description The problem of online enticement and online sexual exploitation of children is vast and ever-growing due to our increasing reliance and use of the digital world. Enticement and sexual exploitation includes a variety of situations including predators communicating with children online with the intent to commit a sexual offense, youth being groomed online, engaging in sexual conversations with a child or teen online, and receiving child sexual abuse images and videos online. This victimization takes place across every platform including messaging apps, social media, and gaming platforms.   In this course, parents and caregivers will learn practical techniques for empowering themselves and their kids to take action against online exploitation. Keeping Kids Safe in the Digital World consists of 3 modules:   Module 1: Online Exploitation  This module is an introduction to youth internet use and online exploitation and covers key topics like:   What online exploitation is and where it happens  How exploitation can lead to human trafficking  Why youth are especially vulnerable to victimization online  How predators and traffickers identify, coerce, and control victims on the internet  Signs of potential victimization  Module 2: Digital Safeguarding  In this module, you will discover the most important digital safeguarding tools and techniques for protecting kids online. Through interactive scenarios, personal reflection, and engaging videos, you will learn how to use the 3 Ts of Online Safety. Upon completion of this module you'll be empowered and equipped to take action immediately!  Module 3: A True Story  In the final module of the three-part series, you’ll follow an average American teenager as he becomes a victim of online exploitation. But in this module, it will be up to you to intervene at the most important moments in this teen’s story to keep him safe. You’ll walk away feeling confident in your ability to apply the 3 Ts of Online Safety with any kid in your life.   Winner of 4 prestigious Telly Awards Read More

What is a Stackable Course? A stackable course expertly curates up to date expert content in the human trafficking sector in a easy to navigate format. These courses are great courses to take after primary training in how to fight human trafficking. Who should take this course? Parents of youth who identify as LGBTQ are encouraged to take this course, but this course also contains many resources that will also appeal to a wide audience that is concerned about the protection of LGBTQ youth in their community.  Course description: The focus of this course is on the human trafficking of LGBTQ youth, a demographic that faces numerous potential avenues for sexual or labor exploitation and coercion. Module topics in this course include the specific vulnerabilities to trafficking faced by LGBTQ youth, how to support your children and protect them from potential trafficking situations, and how to support LGBTQ youth in your community more broadly. By the end of this course, you should be able to: Define "human trafficking" Identify common vulnerabilities to trafficking Understand how LGBTQ youth are particularly vulnerable to being trafficked Establish a safe and stable support system for your child. Know how to get involved in community- and nation-wide anti-trafficking efforts. Read More

LGBTQ Youth and Human Trafficking for Service Providers What is a Stackable Course? A stackable course expertly curates up to date expert content in the human trafficking sector in a easy to navigate format. These courses are great courses to take after primary training in how to fight human trafficking. Who should take this course? This course is curated specifically for frontline professionals in law enforcement and social services and features practice-relevant materials. Course description: The focus of this course is on the human trafficking of LGBTQ youth, a demographic that faces numerous potential avenues for sexual or labor exploitation and coercion. Service providers and law enforcement officers can play a crucial role in creating comfortable environments for at-risk and/or trafficked LGBTQ youth, thus reducing LGBTQ youth vulnerabilities to trafficking. Topics in this course include the specific vulnerabilities to trafficking faced by LGBTQ youth, how to make social services more inclusive for LGBTQ youth who have been/are vulnerable to being trafficked, and how to aid parents in supporting their LGBTQ children. By the end of this course, you should be able to: Define human trafficking Identify common vulnerabilities to trafficking Understand how LGBTQ youth are particularly vulnerable to being trafficked Identify ways to create a welcoming, inclusive environment for LGBTQ youth clients Describe how parents and/or guardians of LGBTQ youth can minimize their child's vulnerability in relation exploitation and trafficking At the end of this course, you will also be provided with an extensive list of additional resources regarding themes such as survivor stories of formerly-trafficked LGBTQ youth, the specific needs of Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Youth, and other related topics.   Read More

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking In Northern Ireland: Know It, See It, and Respond To It Course Length: 30 minutes Who should take this course? General public; anyone who wants to learn more about the prevalence of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking in Northern Ireland and what steps they can take to prevent and report these crimes.  Course description Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking In Northern Ireland: Know It, See It, and Respond To It will shed light on the myths and facts of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking in Northern Ireland. You'll learn what makes some people more vulnerable than others to being victimised by a trafficker; the industries, places and situations that are often leveraged by perpetrators for exploitation; why this egregious crime goes undetected so often and most importantly, how you can spot the signs of human trafficking in every day situations and take appropriate action on behalf of victims.  Learning Objectives  Define modern day slavery and human trafficking through concepts of “acts, means, and purpose”  Describe the pervasiveness of and types of modern day slavery and human trafficking in Northern Ireland   Identify the common victim vulnerabilities, signs, and indicators of modern day slavery and human trafficking  Apply appropriate action steps if a potential MSHT situation is identified Read More

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