The New York Anti-Trafficking Network has written in commemoration of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month for the fifth consecutive year.
- Everyday Actions That Help Fight Human Trafficking – By Ivy O. Suriyopas
- Five Things We Should Do Better for Survivors of Human Trafficking – By Crystal DeBoise
Previous NYATN contributions include the following:
The Freedom Network (USA), which has several of the same members as NYATN, will host its 13th Annual Conference in the Washington, DC metropolitan area on April 21-22, 2015. The Freedom Network, a national alliance of experienced advocates working with survivors of all forms of human trafficking to ensure that trafficked persons have access to justice, safety, and opportunity, held its 2012 conference in New York. Early bird registration ends in this month, National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Register here.
*Update: Race-Talk has unfortunately closed its doors. See below for alternative links.
Race-Talk honors National Human Trafficking Awareness Day with a series of blog contributions from members of the New York Anti-Trafficking Network and others guest-edited by Juhu Thukral for the third consecutive year.
- Human Trafficking Awareness Day: Looking Forward to Prevention and Solutions, An Introduction — By Juhu Thukral
- Confiscating Condoms from Sex Workers and Trafficking Victims – a Dangerous Policy* — By Sienna Baskin
- Human Trafficking and Corporate Supply Chains* — By Ivy O. Suriyopas
- Individual Experiences of Trafficking Provide Crucial Information for Prevention –By Melissa Ditmore and Suzanne B. Seltzer
- Undocumented Immigrants Overlooked in Anti Human Trafficking Efforts* – By Kavitha Sreeharsha
Previous Race-Talk blog contributions include:
*Update: Race-Talk unfortunately has closed its doors. See below for alternative links.
Race-Talk honors National Human Trafficking Awareness Day with a series of blog contributions from members of the New York Anti-Trafficking Network guest-edited by Juhu Thukral for the second consecutive year.
Human Trafficking Awareness Day: Searching for Innovative Solutions* by Juhu Thukral
Building Effective Anti-Trafficking Efforts: Drivers as Allies by Sienna Baskin, which was also featured on the Huffington Post on January 13, 2012
Human Trafficking of Immigrant Transgender Women: Hidden in the Shadows* by Crystal DeBoise
State Anti-Immigrant Laws and Human Trafficking* by Ivy O. Suriyopas
- Race-Talk’s National Human Trafficking Awareness Day 2011 series
On National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, January 11, 2011, from 6 to 8 pm at 123 William St., 16th Fl. at the Urban Justice Center, NYATN hosted a panel discussion in honor of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
In addition, several NYATN members contributed to Race-Talk in honor of National Human Trafficking Awareness Day and National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. For featured blog contributions, please visit here.