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Upcoming Webinar Training: Identification and Intake Best Practices and Recommendations Regarding Youth and Trafficking

How We Identify and Document Youth at Risk of Trafficking

What are the recommended best practices for identifying formerly, currently, or potentially trafficked youth at intake? Recent studies have found that survivors under the age of 18, male survivors, transgender survivors and labor trafficking survivors are underserved in NYC. This Webinar will provide easily-asked-questions that programs can begin using immediately as well as long-term considerations for changing intake forms to better inquire into trafficking and preventing re-victimization. This Webinar will address the challenges to serving trafficked youth, available resources and ways to support survivors and promote self-sufficiency.

Presenters:

 Suzanne Tomatore, Director of Immigrant Women and Children Project – City Bar Justice Center;

Laura Matthews-Jolly, Staff Attorney/Equal Justice Works Fellow at Immigrant Women and Children’s Project – City Bar Justice Center

Facilitated by James Bolas, Director of Education, Empire State Coalition of Youth and Family Services

 TRAINING DATE and TIME

Thursday, December 15th: 1pm – 3pm

For more information or to register, contact Mhirsch@empirestatecoalition.org


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