Anti-Human Trafficking Advocacy Training
Presented by Laster Global Consulting,The Journey on Elm Street (JOES) and Freedom Place
Friday and Saturday, June 1-2
Arrow Child and Family Ministries Facility
2929 FM 2920
Spring, Texas 77388
A 2-day extensive training in which you will learn about case histories,legal details and distinctions in place to stop and punish traffickers, and how to become and advocate who brings recovery and services to survivors.
Per participant $50
To reserve your place contact:
B. Reid firstname.lastname@example.org
Dottie Laster email@example.com
CEUs are available, for information email B. Reid in advance
St. Mary’s University
Tuesday, April 24, 7-9pm
St. Mary’s University Conference Center
One Camino Santa Maria
San Antonio, Texas 78228
A week of faith based student organizations putting on events that highlight a different aspect of the issue of human trafficking. I will be speaking on behalf of women and how we can help in the issue.
Amnesty International Latest Report: In Hostile Terrain: Human Rights Violations in Immigration Enforcement in the U.S. Southwest
Human Rights Organization Reveals Barriers Faced by Immigrant Victims of Crime, Identifies Indigenous and Latino Communities and People of Color Among Those Targeted in Discriminatory Practices………read more
Victims Are Not Willing to Report
Are we blaming the victim for low numbers of cases?
How many times have we heard the statement, victims are unwilling or afraid to report the crime of human trafficking, in the news? Human trafficking task force members are often quoted as saying that victims of trafficking are too afraid to speak so it’s hard to identify them…….read more
The latest is a trafficked victim who had tried to report her crime for 2 and a half years with no response or help- and was referred to us by another victim of trafficking- We successfully reported her trafficker to federal law enforcement and and they assisted with needed forms for her to get services and an approved T- visa. She is now in a safe home and able to sucre paid employment for the first time in more than 7 years.
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