Prevention of Human Trafficking for Social Workers

$6.00 | CE Hours:2.00 | Beginning


CE Course Description

The global anti-trafficking movement is now well into its second decade.  This CE course focuses on the positive developments and continued challenges of preventing trafficking, and it considers how governments and the broader anti-trafficking community can effectively ensure that those who are vulnerable to human trafficking have the tools and opportunities to avert the risks of exploitation.

Author: U.S. Department of State.  (2016, June).  Trafficking in Persons Report.  U.S. Department of State, Office of the Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights.

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CE Course Objectives

1.  Summarize worthy prevention efforts.

2.  Conclude three common factors across all forms of modern slavery.

3.  Consider what renders individuals vulnerable to exploitation.

4.  Define vacatur.

5.  Identify which migrants are particularly vulnerable to human trafficking.

6.  Describe how effective prevention efforts address the tactics of human traffickers.


CE Outline with Main Points

1.  Meeting the Global Challenge: Effective Strategies to Prevent Human Trafficking

a.  Vulnerability and Human Trafficking

b.  Research, Data Collection, and Program Evaluation

c.  Raising Awareness

d.  Policies and Programs to Reduce Risk and Empower Vulnerable Individuals

e.  Multilateral Collaboration

f.  Enhancing Partnerships

g.  A Joint Effort

2.  Topics of Special Interest

a.  Challenges in Protecting Vulnerable Populations

b.  Protecting Victims from Wrongful Prosecution and Further Victimization

c.  The Price of Advocacy

d.  Human Trafficking in Conflict Zones

e.  Out of Sight: How Isolation Contributes to Human Trafficking

f.  Vicarious Trauma

g.  The U.S. Advisory Council on Human Trafficking

h.  The United Nations Security Council Addresses Human Trafficking

3.  Child Soldiers Prevention Act List

4.  What is Trafficking in Persons?

5.  Methodology

a.  Tier Placement

b.  A Guide to the Tiers

c.  Funding Restrictions for Tier 3 Countries

6.  Global Law Enforcement Data

7.  TVPA Minimum Standards



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Added On: 2017-12-17

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