Sex Trafficking in Indian Country Update

 

A project blog dedicated to providing a central location for the latest media, news articles, training information, funding and policy updates related to sex trafficking in Indian country.

Capacity Building Center's Spotlight on Sex Trafficking

Synopsis: The Capacity Building Center for States (Center for States) has created resources to help child welfare professionals support minors who have been trafficked or minors at risk of being exploited and meet the requirements of P.L. 113–183. For more information, visit the Center for States website to access the resources listed below: “Identifying Minors and Young People Exploited Through Sex Trafficking: A Resource for Child Welfare Agencies” “Summary: National Convening on Trafficking and Child Welfare” “Collaborating With Youth-Serving Agencies to Respond to and Prevent Sex Trafficking of Youth” “At Risk for Sex Trafficking: Youth Who Run Away From Foster Care” Click here to access

Resources for Human Trafficking Awareness Month

Synopsis: Child Welfare and Human Trafficking is an issue brief that addresses the challenges of identifying victims, collecting and cross-referencing data, and deciding on common definitions. It provides a broad overview of the crossover between the child welfare field and the work currently being done to prevent. Click here to read the brief.

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