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Educational Video: Labor Trafficking Service Delivery: Screening and Interviewing – Communicate Next Steps

Author(s): Framework
Date: June 6, 2024
Topic(s): Foreign Nationals, Learning Basics, Minors, Service Delivery, U.S. Citizens

Here Cris Perez demonstrates how to effectively provide education and communicate next steps with clients. Watch as Cris expresses gratitude to the client for sharing, reflects the client’s strengths, and uses summary to ensure a clear understanding of the client’s experiences. Cris shares concerns in a non-threatening manner and gently begins psychoeducation on trafficking tactics, […]

Educational Video: Labor Trafficking Service Delivery: Screening and Interviewing – Observe and Listen

Author(s): Framework
Date: June 6, 2024
Topic(s): Foreign Nationals, Learning Basics, Minors, Service Delivery, U.S. Citizens

Watch as Cris Perez models how to monitor a client’s body language to ensure they remain comfortable and engaged during the interview while continuing to screen for labor trafficking by asking clarifying questions as the survivor tells their story. This video emphasizes the importance of observing signs of discomfort or dissociation, as providers should always […]

Educational Video: Labor Trafficking Service Delivery: Screening and Interviewing – Conduct Screening

Author(s): Framework
Date: June 6, 2024
Topic(s): Foreign Nationals, Learning Basics, Minors, Service Delivery, U.S. Citizens

Watch as Cris Perez demonstrates a client-driven screening interview blending natural conversation, attentive listening, and screening questions to identify labor trafficking Cris empowers the client while gaining information necessary to the agency for service provision. This method, while more time-consuming, significantly enhances client safety, helps build rapport, and encourages clients to share their stories as […]

Educational Video: Labor Trafficking Service Delivery: Screening and Interviewing – Address Basic Needs & Build Rapport

Author(s): Framework
Date: June 6, 2024
Topic(s): Client Rights, Foreign Nationals, Learning Basics, Minors, Service Delivery, U.S. Citizens

Dive into the crucial first steps of client interviews with Cris Perez as he demonstrates how to address basic needs and build rapport. This video, part of a four-part series on screening and interviewing, showcases Cris’s approach to easing fears, explaining confidentiality and mandated reporting, and inviting client questions. This video was developed by compiling […]

Guide or Tip Sheet: Client Facing Resource For Children and Youth – Am I in a Dangerous Working Situation?

Author(s): Framework
Date: April 19, 2024
Topic(s): Client Rights, Foreign Nationals, Minors, Outreach, U.S. Citizens

This client-facing resource aims to help children and youth be able to identify if they are potentially in a labor trafficking situation. It is available in English, Spanish, Ukrainian, French, Russian, Creole, Chinese (Traditional), Dari, Pashto, Hindi, Tagalog, and Congolese Swahili. Accompanying provider-facing resources, such as our “Train the Trainer” style “Labor Trafficking 101: Know […]

Event Recording: Train the Trainer – Labor Trafficking 101 with a Focus on Minors

Author(s): Framework
Date: April 18, 2024
Topic(s): Client Rights, Foreign Nationals, Helpful Data, Learning Basics, Minors, Service Delivery, U.S. Citizens

This is a recording of a “Train the Trainer” style webinar presented by Framework, in partnership with the IRC Center for Adjustment, Resilience, and Recovery (CARRE), about understanding and responding to labor trafficking among children and youth who have experienced forced displacement. This webinar should be viewed before using the customizable ‘Labor Trafficking 101: Know […]

Guide or Tip Sheet: Customizable Trainer Slide Deck – Labor Trafficking 101 with a Focus on Minors

Author(s): Framework
Date: April 18, 2024
Topic(s): Client Rights, Foreign Nationals, Helpful Data, Learning Basics, Minors, Service Delivery, U.S. Citizens

This customizable ‘Labor Trafficking 101: Know the Essentials’ Trainer Slide Deck is meant to enhance audience members’ awareness of labor trafficking of minors and provide special attention to immigrant communities, forcibly displaced youth, and unaccompanied children. It is accompanied by an instructional companion, the ‘Labor Trafficking 101: Know the Essentials’ Facilitator Guide. The goal of […]

Guide or Tip Sheet: Facilitator Guide – Labor Trafficking 101 with a Focus on Minors

Author(s): Framework
Date: April 18, 2024
Topic(s): Client Rights, Foreign Nationals, Helpful Data, Learning Basics, Minors, Service Delivery, U.S. Citizens

This ‘Labor Trafficking 101: Know the Essentials’ Facilitator Guide serves as an instructional companion to the customizable ‘Labor Trafficking 101: Know the Essentials’ Trainer Slide Deck and is meant to enhance audience members’ awareness of labor trafficking of minors and provide special attention to immigrant communities, forcibly displaced youth, and unaccompanied children. The goal of […]

Educational Video: Labor Trafficking Vulnerability

Author(s): Framework
Date: April 5, 2024
Topic(s): Learning Basics, Service Delivery

Gain and introductory understanding of who is vulnerable to labor trafficking and how those vulnerabilities are created.

Survivor Soundbite: Tokenism

Author(s): Framework
Date: February 21, 2024
Topic(s): Client Rights, Service Delivery, Survivor Experiences, U.S. Citizens

Clip is of Jamed Dold speaking on the topic of tokenism. Clip is from the February 28th, 2022 panel event in honor of Black History Month. Facilitator and speaker Bella Hounakey led a discussion with Evelyn Chumbow, James Dold, Kwami Adoboe-Herrera, and Moninda Marube on why the voices of Black survivors of trafficking are needed, […]