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You are invited to attend Saddleback’s Anti-Human Trafficking Initiative’s upcoming ‘Freedom – Fighting Human Trafficking in Your Community Symposium.
Hear from leading experts including the Honorable Maria D. Hernandez – Presiding Juvenile Justice over Orange County, Mike Constantz, Pastor of PEACE, as well as real-life testimonies from sex and labor trafficking victims.
Learn how Saddleback’s Anti-Human Trafficking Initiative (SCHTI) is making a real difference in the fight against human trafficking by offering education and training, prevention and awareness, outreach rescue, emergency aftercare, survivor support and mentoring.
Join us today to find out how you can become involved in the fight against human trafficking and help change, or even save, a life.
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The Long Beach Human Trafficking Task Force will be putting together quarterly Awareness & Training Nights this year highlighting different human trafficking topics. You’re invited to the first one: Human Trafficking Introduction.
This is free workshop open to everyone in our community who wants to learn about human trafficking, and how they can make a difference.
Becoming aware and trained are the first steps in making a difference.
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Child sex trafficking is happening in Los Angeles. Join Rotary for this important forum, and learn what you can do to end child sex trafficking in Southern California. The event is free, but reservations are required. Space is limited. Open to the public.
Saturday, March 4: 8 AM- 12 PM
Loyola Marymount University
1 LMU Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90045
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FIAT is a gathering of individuals and churches who have been called to fight human trafficking in Los Angeles. Our meetings equip and connect existing ministries, provide mentoring and support for those looking to start, and network the entire faith community to be able to stand up to the tragedy of slavery in our midst.
Join us for amazing speakers who inspire and motivate as well as for practical workshops to equip you to bring awareness and prevention to your community.
This is a FREE event run by volunteers, however we do incur costs for putting this on. We gladly accept donations of any amount to help cover our costs.
*Please note that although registration closes at 3:30pm the day before the event, you can still come and register at the door.
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Please join us for the 2017 CSJ Center Symposium “Hidden in the Crowd: Human Trafficking Locally and Globally”
Free and open to the public.
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Join ADL – Anti-Defamation League (Pacific Southwest Region)‘s Latino Jewish Roundtable as we learn about Human Trafficking in Los Angeles.
Thursday, October 27 at 7pm
Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills (8844 Burton Way, Beverly Hills)
-David M. Herzog (U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California)
-Avelino Reloj (CAST Los Angeles Survivor Caucus Member)
-Stephanie Molen (Director of Partnerships, CAST Los Angeles)
-Sargent Christopher Sciacca ( LA Regional Human Trafficking Task Force)
For more information, click here!
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The UCI Initiative to End Family Violence (IEFV) is featuring an event titled “Child Sex Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation: A Multidisciplinary Approach” on Thursday, July 14 at 10-11:30am in EDU 1131. Speakers include Dr. Jordan Greenbaum, Director of the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children’s Global Child Health and Well Being Initiative and members of the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force.
Please see the announcement and attached flyer. The event website is http://endfamilyviolence.uci.edu/event/child-sex-trafficking-and-commercial-sexual-exploitation/.
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In conjunction with
Pediatric Grand Rounds
Friday, July 15, 2016
Van Dyke Theater
Child Sex Trafficking and Exploitation:
Victim Health Care Needs
Jordan Greenbaum, MD
International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children
At the end of the lecture participants should be able to:
- Describe the nature of child sex trafficking in the US and common physical and emotional consequences
- Apply suggest trauma-informed techniques for interacting with suspected victims
- Recall the appropriate reporting process for suspected exploitation and trafficking and common medical referrals
- No AB1195 was identified for this lecture
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