Child Sex Trafficking Webinar Series: Supply and Demand: The Roles of Traffickers, Buyers, and Gangs In CSEC

Date of webinar: 
29 Nov 2018
Start and finish time of webinar: 
8pm CET
Kacey Baine, Prevention Program Coordinator, Stephanie V. Blank Center for Safe and Healthy Children
Children`s healthcare of Atlanta

About the webinar:

This webinar is part of the seven modules Child Sex Trafficking Series. The updated modules include an emphasized public health approach to the issue, with more opportunities to review case studies. It is open to any professional with the desire to learn more about the issue of human trafficking. It is encouraged that interested individuals participate in the Fundamentals of Child Sex Trafficking before moving forward into any of the other modules, as they are presented on the basis that the audience has a general understanding of the issue. However, the modules do not need to be completed in any particular order and are open to all audiences.

The purpose of this module is to recognize and understand the roles that traffickers and gangs play as they provide the supply of children in sex trafficking. Additionally, the module will focus on how buyers contribute to the demand for child sex trafficking and how each group continues the cycle of victimization. Societal factors around the acceptance of violence and how that contributes to supply and demand will also be addressed. Finally, the module will briefly discuss demand reduction strategies.

You can register for the webinar here.

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