Victims of trafficking and exploitation are not a number. They are individuals—young girls and boys, as well as adults of all social and economic backgrounds. In the most unfortunate of circumstances, the victim may be your own child. It’s possible you may have come across a child at risk of exploitation at some point in your career and not know it.
This curriculum includes information to help participants understand the reality of human trafficking and exploitation, and most importantly, what you can do as a professional working with children to prevent child trafficking and exploitation.