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  • National Listening Session on Social Security Services for Survivors of Human Trafficking

    Published: April 4, 2019
    In November 2018, we joined colleagues from the Social Security Administration to host the first national listening session on social security services for survivors of human trafficking as the first topic in the series. Access to social security identification cards and supplemental security income often marks the start of the path towards self-sufficiency for survivors of human trafficking. Access the recording and transcript from that conversation. 
  • Class 3 Human Trafficking Leadership Academy Fellows

    Published: March 15, 2019
    This is a list of the fellows from the Human Trafficking Leadership Academy, Class 3. 
  • Tentative Agenda for the National Advisory Committee: May 28, 2019

    Published: March 6, 2019
    The National Advisory Committee will meet on May 28. Access this agenda to participate. 
  • Human Trafficking Leadership Academy: Eligibility Criteria

    Published: January 29, 2019
    The Human Trafficking Leadership Academy (HTLA) is a fellowship that brings together a diverse group of survivors and ally professionals to build their leadership skills, knowledge, and professional network while collaborating to enhance programming and services that support survivors of human trafficking and those at risk of being trafficked. This resource provided eligibility information for interested fellows in March 2019. 
  • Human Trafficking Leadership Academy: Frequently Asked Questions

    Published: January 29, 2019
    DThe Human Trafficking Leadership Academy (HTLA) is a fellowship that brings together a diverse group of survivors and ally professionals to build their leadership skills, knowledge, and professional network while collaborating to enhance programming and services that support survivors of human trafficking and those at risk of being trafficked. This resource provided frequently asked questions for interested fellows in March 2019.
  • OTIP Program Infographics for FY18

    Published: January 28, 2019
    Use these infographics to learn about the impact of OTIP grantees during fiscal year 2018.
  • 2019 Charter: National Advisory Committee on the Sex Trafficking of Children & Youth in the United States

    Published: January 18, 2019
    The National Advisory Committee on the Sex Trafficking of Children and Youth in the United States (hereinafter referred to as the National Advisory Committee) is established pursuant to Section 121 of the Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act (Pub.L. 113-183). The formation and operation of the National Advisory Committee are governed by the provisions of Public Law 92-463, as amended (5 U.S.C. App. 2), which sets forth standards for the formation and use of federal advisory committees.
  • Preliminary Recommendations to Strengthen the Nation’s Response to the Sex Trafficking of Children and Youth in the United States

    Published: January 17, 2019
    The National Advisory Committee on the Sex Trafficking of Children and Youth in the United States (the Committee) envisions a comprehensive response to the sex trafficking of children and youth where federal, state, tribal, and local efforts effectively ensure victims are identified and cared for, perpetrators are held accountable, and conditions that foster trafficking are eradicated. This report provides a preliminary outline of recommendations for states to improve their efforts to combat the crime of child and youth sex trafficking. Regardless of a state’s current response level or model, every state can benefit from a periodic, objective assessment of their response.
  • Webinar: A Public Health Approach to Human Trafficking

    Published: December 31, 2018
    One of the primary benefits of looking at human trafficking as a public health issue is the emphasis on prevention: that is, looking at the systemic issues that cause people to be vulnerable to human trafficking in the first place. Upstream determinants, such as domestic violence, substance use, poverty, and immigration status, may put some individuals at a higher risk for trafficking than others. A public health approach to trafficking moves upstream to identify preventive measures that, when combined with downstream interventions, can work to decrease the number of individuals who experience trafficking.
  • Radio Public Service Announcements

    Published: December 28, 2018
    Use these radio public service announcements in your community to raise awareness about human trafficking.

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