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Video: Video: The Crossover Between Sex and Labor Trafficking: Elevation Without Segregation

Author(s): Framework
Date: August 18, 2022
Topic(s): Survivor Experiences

This 2-hour survivor-led panel focuses on the intersections across the labor and sex trafficking industries. It included audience interactions, and a live Q&A. Hear the perspective and insights from lived experience experts as they discuss the importance of co-identification and reflect on experiences often overlooked by the anti-trafficking movement. This conversation will analyze how providers …

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Video: Video: The Ties That Bind Us: A Survivor-Led Discussion on Trauma Bonding

Author(s): Framework
Date: August 1, 2022
Topic(s): Survivor Experiences

Hear survivors of labor trafficking discuss what traumatic bonding is and what it was like for them in the human trafficking context in which they experienced it. A central part of the discussion will focus on why trauma bonds are such a powerful tool for traffickers and why victims often feel they have no choice …

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Video: Trafficking, Incarceration, & Survival: How the Criminal Legal System Harms Victims

Author(s): Framework
Date: July 20, 2022
Topic(s): Survivor Experiences

    Hear survivors of forced criminality discuss their experiences within the labor trafficking paradigm. This webinar will increase your understanding of why victims stay and what it looks like when an underlying criminal offense is a part of a victim’s exploitation. Listen to survivor experiences of the consequences of wrongful prosecution and play your …

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Video: Financial Literacy: Labor Trafficking Service and Delivery

Author(s): Framework
Date: June 21, 2022
Topic(s): Service Delivery

This 90-minute training conducted by Carolyn Ouya, a Senior Training & Technical Assistance Specialist at FUTURES Workplace & Economics talks about many financial goals that survivors of labor trafficking have, such as how to improve/understand credit scores, build savings, acquire assets, and support a sustainable lifestyle for themselves and family. 1:05 – Intro 2:58 – …

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


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: Preparing for Employment: Labor Trafficking Service Delivery

Author(s): Framework
Date: March 31, 2022
Topic(s): Service Delivery

In this 90-minute training conducted by Carolyn Ouya, a Senior Training & Technical Assistance Specialist at FUTURES Workplace & Economics, you will gain knowledge of survivor post-trafficking employment needs. Topics will include barriers to employment connection, prioritizing survivor goals, employment readiness conversations, and elements of employment success. This training is meant for anti-trafficking service providers …

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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: Needs and Essential Partnerships: Labor Trafficking Service Delivery

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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