10 min | Training, Educational
Education is a cornerstone for the prevention of human trafficking. Schools are a dependable institution to reach out to the public, the new generation and their families and to educate them about the problem of human trafficking. This video discusses the relevance of educating the community at large and how to identify victims of trafficking in a school setting. The experts featured in the video address the signs that might indicate that a person has been or is currently trafficked, the different context in which human trafficking flourishes, the typical behavior demonstrated by someone trapped in a trafficking situation, and some of the barriers encountered by educators when dealing with potential victims of human trafficking. It further provides insights on the ways to engage in anti-trafficking activities in a school setting.
Studio: St. Thomas University School of Law
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