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In the third episode of the second season of the Trafficking Matters Podcast, Douglass Fellows Natalie Assaad and Christy Salzman interview Professor Julie Dahlstrom, the Director of the Immigrants’ Rights and Human Trafficking Program at Boston University School of Law. They talk about the intersection of immigration and human trafficking, specifically labor trafficking.If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the National Human Trafficking Hotline website here. You can reach the Hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.  Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship. You can read Professor Dahlstrom’s bio here. You can learn more about the Immigrants’ Rights and Human Trafficking Clinic here. You can learn more about the basics of labor trafficking here. You can learn more about the intersection of temporary work visas and labor trafficking here. You can read Professor Dahlstrom’s article addressing the application of trafficking statutes to domestic violence and sexual assault here. You can read the piece by Annie Smith addressing the under prosecution of labor trafficking here.We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at natalie.assaad@traffickinginstitute.org and christy.salzman@traffickinginstitute.org.Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn Kites Thank you for listening to the Trafficking Matters Podcast!
In the second episode of the second season of the Trafficking Matters Podcast, Douglass Fellows Natalie Assaad and Christy Salzman interview Sarah Bendtsen Diedhiou, the Director of State Legislative Advocacy and Christine Raino, Senior Director of Public Policy, at Shared Hope International. They talk about Shared Hope’s mission to improve state approaches to minor sex trafficking criminalization and emerging trends in states' policy positions. If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.  Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship. You can read Sarah Bendtsen Diedhiou and Christine Raino’s bios here. You can learn more about Shared Hope’s Report Cards on Child & Youth Sex Trafficking here. You can view an interactive map of the states' grades here. You can view an interactive map of the states' safe harbor laws here. We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at natalie.assaad@traffickinginstitute.org and christy.salzman@traffickinginstitute.org.Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn KitesThank you for listening to the Trafficking Matters Podcast!
In the first episode of the second season of the Trafficking Matters Podcast, Douglass Fellows Natalie Assaad and Christy Salzman interview Annick Febrey, the Director of Government and Corporate Relations at the Human Trafficking Institute. They talk about the history and importance of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA), as well as the latest reauthorization of the TVPA currently underway. If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.  Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship. Annick Febrey’s full bio is available here. You can learn more about the timeline of the TVPA here. For a timeline and content of each reauthorization, see pages 1–16 of the 2020 Federal Human Trafficking Report. We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at natalie.assad@traffickinginstitute.org and christy.salzman@traffickinginstitute.org.Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn KitesThank you for listening to the Trafficking Matters Podcast!
In the season one finale, Sam and Alicen provide new resources and introduce the newest class of Douglass fellows.If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.  Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship. You can read the Federal Human Trafficking Report here.You can reference the State Department Trafficking in Persons report here.View the University of Michigan’s Human Trafficking Collective here.You can view the Polaris document on how to best counter QAnon here.You can read Ambassador Richmond’s breakdown of the Nestle case here.You can read NCMEC’s report on cyber trafficking here.You can purchase Fighting Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking here.Thank you for listening to the first season of Trafficking Matters!Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn Kites
In this episode, Alicen and Sam met with Ambassador (ret) C.deBaca to discuss his career in anti-trafficking, the trajectory of anti-trafficking law, and the future of the field.If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.  Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship.You can find Ambassador C.deBaca’s biography here.You can read the Trafficking Victims Protection Act here.You can read the Palermo Protocol here.You can learn about the Department of Justice’s Human Trafficking Program here.To read more about the global efforts to fight trafficking, go here.You can apply for jobs with the federal government here.We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at samantha.franks@traffickinginstitute.org and alicen.rodolph@traffickinginstitute.org. Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn Kites
In this episode, Sam and Alicen speak with Dr. Sandra Morgan of Vanguard University. They discuss her career, the role of the Public-Private Partnership Advisory Council to End Human Trafficking, and the importance of anti-trafficking education for advocates.If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.  Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship.You can learn more about Dr. Sandra Morgan here.You can listen to Ending Human Trafficking and access Dr. Morgan’s resources, including her E-Book, here. You can read about her appointment to the White House Council here.To read more about the relationship between healthcare and trafficking, read this.You can find the anti-human trafficking certificate here.You can find Netzsmart apps here.We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at samantha.franks@traffickinginstitute.org and alicen.rodolph@traffickinginstitute.org. Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn Kites
In this episode, Sam and Alicen speak with Senior Legal Counsel of the Human Trafficking Institute, Lindsey Roberson. They discuss her career, the role of criminal prosecution in anti-trafficking efforts, and the importance of victim centered prosecution efforts. If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.  Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship.You can read the Safe Harbor law that Lindsey drafted here.Learn more about victim-centered prosecution here.You can learn more about the process of prosecuting human trafficking with task forces here.You can learn more about working with survivors in our previous episode with Marie Martinez Israelite.You can learn about HTI’s partner countries here.We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at samantha.franks@traffickinginstitute.org and alicen.rodolph@traffickinginstitute.org. Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn Kites
In this episode, Sam and Alicen speak with one of the co-founders of the Human Trafficking Institute, Ambassador (ret.) John Cotton Richmond. They discuss his career trajectory, the global fight to end human trafficking, and America’s influence on anti-trafficking worldwide.If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.  Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship.You can find Ambassador Richmond’s website here.You can learn about the Department of Justice’s anti-trafficking efforts here.You can reference the State Department Trafficking in Persons report here.You can read more about Ambassador Richmond’s work with the Institute here.To learn more about the Kafala System, go here.To read more about the global efforts to fight trafficking, go here.You can apply for jobs with the federal government here.We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at samantha.franks@traffickinginstitute.org and alicen.rodolph@traffickinginstitute.org. Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn Kites
If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.  Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship.  Applications close April 10, 2022.We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at samantha.franks@traffickinginstitute.org and alicen.rodolph@traffickinginstitute.org. Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn Kites
In this episode, Sam and Alicen speak with Yiota Souras, the General Counsel and Senior Vice President of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. 2020 was a high-volume year for NCMEC’s efforts, with more than 21.7 million reports of suspected child sexual exploitation made to NCMEC’s CyberTipline. Yiota explains why the risk of exploitation of children is on the rise in COVID-19 and how we can all better protect them. She also explores NCMEC’s involvement in the Backpage litigation and explains potential implications on other internet providers such as Facebook, Instagram, and Pornhub. If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the National Human Trafficking Hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.  Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship.  You can learn more about NCMEC here and their efforts to combat child trafficking here. You can read the study on COVID’s impact on children and exploitation here.You can learn more about Backpage, NCMEC’s involvement in litigation against Backpage, and the Senate report here. You can find the documentary I am Jane Doe here.To learn more about pending concerns and litigation against Pornhub in both the United States and Canada, read this and this.We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at samantha.franks@traffickinginstitute.org and alicen.rodolph@traffickinginstitute.org. Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn Kites
In Episode 4, Alicen and Samantha speak with Sarah Byrne, an attorney with Moore & Van Allen, as she describes the various ways lawyers can use their pro-bono practice to support survivors of trafficking and how non-attorneys can get involved in creating collectives for their community. Byrne leads Moore & Van Allen’s human trafficking pro-bono project and is also a co-founder of the National Survivor Law Collective.If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.  Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship.  You can learn more about Sarah here and more about Moore & Van Allen’s Human Trafficking project here.You can find more information about the collective here.Here is a guide on post conviction advocacy for survivors of human trafficking.We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at samantha.franks@traffickinginstitute.org and alicen.rodolph@traffickinginstitute.org. Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn Kites
In the third episode of the Trafficking Matters podcast,  Alicen Rodolph and Samantha Franks interview University of Michigan professor Bridgette Carr, the directing founder of the University of Michigan’s Human Trafficking Clinic—the first clinical legal program dedicated to addressing trafficking comprehensively. They talk about how to build a career as an anti-trafficking advocate as well as how to create a mental health toolkit to support sustainable advocacy.If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733. Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship.  Professor Carr’s full bio is here.You can learn more about the University of Michigan Law School Human Trafficking Clinic here.To hear more from Brené Brown, you can listen here.You can learn more about Homeboy Industries here.To learn more about vicarious trauma, go here.To learn more about EMDR therapy, go here.You can find the Design Your Life book here.We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at samantha.franks@traffickinginstitute.org and alicen.rodolph@traffickinginstitute.org. Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn Kites
Trauma-Informed Care

Trauma-Informed Care

2021-02-1040:07

Welcome to Trafficking Matters: A Douglass Fellowship Podcast. In Episode 2,  Alicen Rodolph and Samantha Franks speak with Marie Martinez Israelite, the Director of Victims Services for the Human Trafficking Institute, about trauma-informed care for survivors of trafficking.If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.  Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship.  You can find Marie’s full bio here.You can read the Trafficking Victims Protection Act here.To understand more about trauma and trauma-informed care generally, go here.To read more about the pedagogy of trauma-informed lawyering, go here.To learn more about how sex trafficking survivors experience trauma, go here.You can find a deeper explanation of “trauma-bonding” here.You can find more information on The Body Keeps the Score here. You can find your local indie bookstore here.Here is a handbook of resources on trauma-informed care for trafficking survivors from the United Nations Office on Drug and Crime.We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at samantha.franks@traffickinginstitute.org and alicen.rodolph@traffickinginstitute.org. 
Welcome to Trafficking Matters: A Douglass Fellowship Podcast. In Episode 1, you'll hear from Douglass Fellows* Alicen Rodolph and Samantha Franks as they unpack myths and legends about human trafficking and how you can join the anti-trafficking movement. If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.  Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship.  For the formal definition of human trafficking, you can look to the Palermo Protocol.For more information about the harmfulness of QAnon conspiracy theories, you can read this New York Times article or this feature from Rolling Stone.For the Seven Things you should know about trafficking, look here.For the International Labor Organization’s breakdown of human trafficking numbers, look here.For a breakdown of the gender, race, and age of trafficking victims, look here.The Human Trafficking Hotline explains who is the most vulnerable to human trafficking, including notes on children without care from their biological families. The Hotline also explains what signs you should look for if you suspect human trafficking.You can find the UK Modern Slavery Act here. You can read the 1910 International Convention for the Suppression of the White Slave Trade here.We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at samantha.franks@traffickinginstitute.org and alicen.rodolph@traffickinginstitute.org. *Douglass Fellows are 3rd year law students who participate in a nine-month fellowship program with the Institute. 
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