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Video: Naming and Healing from Trauma: Labor Trafficking Service Delivery

Author(s):
Date: May 18, 2022
Topic(s): Foreign Nationals, Helpful Data, Service Delivery, Survivor Experiences

Survivor leader, Eva Eakins (they/them) and trauma expert, Charlee Borg (she/hers) provide an overview of the abuse experienced by labor trafficking survivors and the trauma symptoms they cause. Topics include research on the trauma, survivor stories on the importance of naming trafficking experiences, and practical recommendations to develop client policies and procedures. 0:04 – Introduction …

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Video: Trauma Bonding in Labor Trafficking

Author(s): Framework
Date: April 27, 2022
Topic(s): Learning Basics, Minors, Service Delivery, Survivor Experiences, U.S. Citizens

Hear James Dold, Founder and CEO of Human Rights for Kids discuss trauma bonding in child labor trafficking. Share this video with your community and remind everyone that labor trafficking matters. This video is free for use for training. To view a shorter version visit: https://youtu.be/Tue8B1sn_ds Visit “Human Rights for Kids” https://humanrightsforkids.org/people/ 

Video: Survivor Reactions – Healing From Trauma Gallery

Author(s): Framework
Date: March 28, 2022
Topic(s): Client Rights, Learning Basics, Survivor Experiences

Watch this video to see what survivors are saying about participating in Framework’s Healing From Trauma Online Gallery. Labor trafficking survivors are often overlooked. In an attempt to spotlight the trauma and healing of labor trafficking survivors and increase provider confidence in service delivery, Framework launched the Healing from Trauma Online Gallery on January 31. This …

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Video: Labor Trafficking Service Delivery: Needs and Essential Partnerships

Author(s): Framework
Date: March 10, 2022
Topic(s): Service Delivery

In this 90-minute training conducted by Hao Nguyen and Chulita Havill you will gain in-depth knowledge on the post-trafficking needs of labor trafficking survivors. Topics include: short- and long-term needs, essential partnerships, partner engagement methods, opportunities for wrap-around services, and an overview of existing resources. 

Video: Honoring Black Voices in the Anti Trafficking Movement

Author(s): Framework
Date: February 28, 2022
Topic(s): Survivor Experiences

Survivors of labor trafficking discuss why the voices of Black survivors of trafficking are needed, the barriers they continue to face as they engage in advocacy, and provide recommendations on ways that the anti-trafficking movement can engage them in a dignifying way. Panel moderator Bella Hounakey guides panelists Evelyn Chumbow, James Dold, Kwami Adoboe-Herrera, and …

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One-Pager: Tips for Trauma-Informed Survivor Employee Support

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 15, 2022
Topic(s): Client Rights, Learning Basics, Survivor Experiences

This resource shares “Tips for Trauma-Informed Employee Support.” It was created by a survivor of labor trafficking and provides management-level staff with an overview of supporting clients in the workplace. By increasing ADA considerations, prioritizing privacy, offering mentorship opportunities, and promoting a healthy work environment, agency leaders will create sustainable office environments. Through trauma-informed processes …

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One-Pager: Tips for Hiring and Interviewing at Your Anti-Trafficking Agency

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 14, 2022
Topic(s): Client Rights, Learning Basics, Survivor Experiences

This resource shares “Tips for Hiring and Interviewing at Your Anti-Trafficking Agency.” It was created by a survivor of labor trafficking and provides management-level staff with an overview of how to best target applicants and facilitate trauma-informed interviewing procedures. By pursuing appropriate candidates, removing barriers for diverse applicants with lived experience, properly screening candidates, and being …

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One-Pager: Tips for Survivor-Informed Supervision

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 14, 2022
Topic(s): Client Rights, Learning Basics, Survivor Experiences

This resource shares “Tips for Survivor-Informed Supervision.” It was created by a survivor of labor trafficking and provides management-level staff with an overview of supporting survivors through supervision. By dedicating to trauma-informed supervision practices, prioritizing physical and emotional safety, checking biases, and dismantling internal power structures, agency leaders will promote sustainable office environments. If more …

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Video: “Better, Deeper Listening” – Labor Trafficking Survivors Discuss the Power of Community

Author(s): Framework
Date: January 4, 2022
Topic(s): Survivor Experiences

In this short video, Cari Herthel and Kwami Adoboe-Herrera discuss their communities and the role they play on their journey toward healing. Watch the second video in this two-part series where survivors share that they are “Unstoppable” and talk about what gives them strength. 

Video: Labor Trafficking Service Delivery: Screening and Interviewing

Author(s):
Date: January 3, 2022
Topic(s): Learning Basics

In this training, Cristobal Perez provides in-depth knowledge of labor trafficking screening and interviewing procedures. Topics will include understanding the purpose of screening for trafficking, a review of existing screening tools, best practices, legal considerations, and common pitfalls. For further videos in our “Labor Trafficking Service Delivery” series, visit our resource library.  1:06 – Introduction …

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