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Advancing Equity Through Collaboration: Human Trafficking and Sexual Assault
Learning objectives:
1. Review how the history of the human trafficking movement and the Trafficking Victims Protection Act has led to the criminalization and coercive intervention of survivors and how that intersects with the sexual violence movement.
2. Learn how the public health model of violence prevention includes risk and protective factors that can be predisposing, enabling, and reinforcing, and can also be behavioral, attitude, or environmental, and why a focus on demand reduction detracts from a comprehensive public health prevention approach.
3. Identify concrete strategies to engage with different typologies of anti-trafficking advocates in dialogues about equity to increase effective collaboration between the anti-trafficking and sexual violence movements.

Leigh LaChapelle (they/them) Associate Director of Survivor Advocacy
Chris Ash (they/them) Survivor Leadership Program Manager, CAST

Marsela Rojas (she/her), Shelby Phillips, (she/her), Claudia Sibaja (she/her), VALOR

Sep 7, 2022 01:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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