Provider Perspectives: Increasing Identification through Labor Trafficking Outreach

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This 1-hour panel discussion highlights the experience of service providers with expertise in the area of labor trafficking outreach. Panelists share the trajectory of their outreach work—where they started, what they’ve learned, what their programming looks like today, and recommendations for other providers to consider as they initiate or strengthen their labor trafficking outreach efforts.

Introduction to Webinar and Panelists

  • 0:00 – Overview of the series and webinar
  • 4:05 – Rachel Parker, AHT Program Manager, World Relief Triad
  • 5:05 – Regina Bernadin, Technical Advisor, Anti-trafficking Programs, International Rescue Committee
  • 6:52 – Renán Salgado, Human Trafficking Director, Worker Justice Center of New York
  • 8:51 – When did your labor trafficking outreach journey begin? (Rachel)
  • 11:51 – When did your labor trafficking outreach journey begin? (Renan)
  • 13:06 – When did your labor trafficking outreach journey begin? (Regina)
  • 16:09 – How do you choose who you are reaching out to? What kinds of techniques do you utilize when you are making those decisions? (Renan)
  • 22:06 – How do you choose who you are reaching out to? What kinds of techniques do you utilize when you are making those decisions? (Rachel)
  • 26:48 – Where do you think that the field is in the idea of who labor trafficking survivors are, and how do you think this impacts outreach campaigns? (Rachel) 34:28 How has your outreach evolved– who are your MVPs, and what are the most important lessons you have learned? (Regina)
  • 38:34 How has your outreach evolved– who are your MVPs, and what are the most important lessons you have learned? (Rachel)
  • 39:15 What do you feel are the top three things providers should consider when creating successful outreach campaigns? (Renan)
  • 39:15 What do you feel are the top three things providers should consider when creating successful outreach campaigns? (Renan)

Q&A

  • 41:38 How did you navigate being an organization with limited language resources? If your staff only speaks one language should you only reach out to people that speak that language? (Renan)
  • 44:12 What are some creative ideas for partnerships and access points during COVID-19? (Framework)
  • 45:09 How can you connect with people during the pandemic? (Rachel)
  • 47:01 How can you connect with people during the pandemic? (Regina)
  • 49:05 How can you connect with people during the pandemic? (Rachel)
  • 49:50 What recommendations do you have for balancing the need for outreach in your community if your organization does not have the funding? (Renan)
  • 52:42 What are the biggest in terms of getting people out of a labor trafficking situation? And how does this relate to barriers of engagement? (Regina)
  • 56:08 Final thoughts to leave with attendees (Rachel)
  • 57:18 Final thoughts to leave with attendees (Renan)
  • 58:35 Closing remarks

Topic(s): Learning Basics, Service Delivery
Resource Type: Video
Date: December 7, 2020
Language(s): English
Author(s): Framework