Five #EndTrafficking Steps You Can Take This Month

 

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1. Share Your Ideas on Survivors Accessing Services

We, along with the Social Security Administration, want to hear from survivors and other stakeholders on what is working and not working to successfully connect survivors of trafficking to social security services. Register to participate in the call.

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2. Submit Comments to the Advisory Committee

The National Advisory Committee on the Sex Trafficking of Children & Youth will meet in December to discuss best practices for states. Access instructions to submit your comments to this group.

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3. Stream the Health + Human Trafficking Symposium

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is live streaming a Health and Human Trafficking Symposium, a 10-year follow up to the 2008 National Symposium on the Health Needs of Human Trafficking Victims. Mark your calendar for November 28-29.

Twitter Chat: Human Trafficking in Native Communities | Nov 14 at 2 PM EST | Follow @DHSBlueCampaign and #AskBlue

4. Tweet about Trafficking in Native Communities

November is National Native American Heritage Month. Join us on November 14 for a Twitter Chat with the Blue Campaign about the impact of human trafficking on Native communities.

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5. Check in with Interagency Efforts

The President’s Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons met last month. Access Secretary Azar’s remarks about the efforts and plans of HHS. The Attorney General also released the FY 2017 Trafficking in Persons Report.


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