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This biweekly podcast will challenge you to study the issues related to human trafficking, become an educated voice in understanding this global problem, and ultimately make a difference in helping bring it to an end. Sandra Morgan, Director of the Global Center for Women and Justice at Vanguard University of Southern California and Dave Stachowiak, Board Member of the Center, explore issues in each episode that will help educate you to be a helpful voice in ending human trafficking.
 
The Doctor Is IN! podcast explores various dimensions of counter-trafficking work. As a physician I focus on the intersection of health and human trafficking, but I also interview other leaders in grass-roots organizations. These are people you never hear about but are making a tremendous impact. I also explore other aspects such as human trafficking prevention and mental health issues. Thanks for listening! Learn something and be inspired!
 
Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking: The Podcast is a series exploring the connections between global finance and modern slavery and human trafficking. We’ll look at all the different ways the financial sector can harness its leverage to end modern slavery, forced labour and human trafficking, and bring you a roundup of all the latest developments, from environmental, social and governance (ESG) regulation to revealing research.
 
The IN PLAIN SIGHT podcast empowers current and future leaders with inspiring stories of fellow abolitionists and actionable insights to implement in their own organizations. Hosted by David Trotter, episodes feature engaging interviews with noted leaders in the anti-trafficking movement - men and women committed to ending all forms of human trafficking in our world - sex trafficking, labor trafficking, and organ trafficking. Get more information at www.inplainsightfilm.com.
 
The End Trafficking project is UNICEF USA's initiative to raise awareness about child trafficking and mobilize communities to take meaningful action to help protect children. In partnership with concerned individuals and groups, the End Trafficking project aims to bring us all closer to a day when there are no exploited children. By the end of each episode you will be informed of various child trafficking issues and have specific tools to take action. For more information, please contact end ...
 
Prevent your child from being "TAKEN"! Human trafficking is right in our own backyards. Join me and Dr. Katariina Rosenblatt, an international Human Trafficking Survivor Leader, Author, and Federal Consultant to Homeland Security and FBI. Learn her story to witness that this horrific crime can happen to anyone! Recognize the RED FLAGS that these criminals use to trap our kids and youth into the world of sexual exploitation.
 
The discussions we need to have around the impacts of policy. Nuance, depth, and intersections of policy and life within individuals experiencing victimization. Forced marginalization and the history of oppression in the US.
 
Red X Podcast exists to raise awareness of human trafficking in North America and empower everyday people to work with their local municipalities to create a safe place for citizens, a hostile environment for criminals, and a second chance for survivors. Host, Nicole Bernard, is the director of Second Life North Carolina. Nicole is the mother of four. She initially learned about human trafficking on the international scale but discovered that trafficking was happening in her own community ab ...
 
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Dr. Sandra Morgan and Rachel Parker discuss labor trafficking outreach strategies, touching on community allyship, training and safety protocols, and outreach with and to the local community to identify labor trafficking victims. Rachel Parker is the Anti-Human Trafficking Services Program Manager at World Relief Triad, which she had led for 10 yea…
 
Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dr. Corey Rood discuss what screening tools are, their prevalence in prevention and identification of human trafficking, and how diverse human trafficking screen tools are due to the complex nature of human trafficking and exploitation. Dr. Corey Rood is the Medical Director of Child Abuse Pediatrics with the Department of Ped…
 
Dr. Sandra Morgan is joined by advocate, Elizabeth Smart to discuss the importance of teaching young children how to protect themself, safe boundaries, and how to know who to trust. They conclude the conversation with the topic of bystanders and how everyday people can play a role in protecting women, men, and children. The abduction of Elizabeth S…
 
In this episode I briefly describe the health aspects of transgender people in the sex trade and the unique challenges they face. To get in touch with me please leave a comment here: https://gorelentless.org/contact/ Society for Evidence Based Gender Medicine www.segm.org (PDF) The DSM-5 Diagnostic Criteria for Gender Dysphoria (researchgate.net) K…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Sandie Morgan and Wendi Copeland, Chief Strategic Partnership Activation Officer, discuss how the mission of Goodwill is not just as a second-hand store, but to provide opportunities to people and help them thrive. The take a deep dive into what a human-centered framework is and how it can be useful for trafficking s…
 
In this episode Dr. Trevor Stammers and I discuss Human Trafficking for Organ Removal (HTOR), why it is such an unrecognized problem in the counter-trafficking sector, what transplant tourism has to do with it, and why allowing people to legally sell their organs doesn't solve the problem. The link to the YouTube video: https://youtu.be/b_iKEokAfI0…
 
Dr. Sandra Morgan and Alan Smyth, Executive Director of Saving Innocence, discuss his newly released book, Men! Fight for Me: The Role of Authentic Masculinity. Together, they go in detail into the four pillars of authentic masculinity and the significance of men’s role in the fight against human trafficking. With over 25 years of nonprofit managem…
 
In the last episode of this season of FAST: The Podcast, we explore issues around remedy for survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking. Under human rights law, survivors have a right to a remedy, but that right is often very hard to realize. Court processes are long and costly and outcomes often rest on very technical questions. The UN Guid…
 
Join Annerie, Yuri and our guest speaker, Chris Miyamoto, as we discuss ways in which online traffickers target children and teens, and share some practical tips for parents to keep children safe! Be sure to download the free internet safety guide from our website (also available in Japanese).ZOE Japan
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dr. Brenda Navarrete discuss the importance of building resilience in children as it can play a key role in prevention. They consider the characteristics that can be built in kids as protective factors to the challenging and difficult environments they face and how resilience can be taught at any age. Dr. Navarrete provides th…
 
Episode 9 of Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking: The Podcast considers how we can make modern slavery reduction a goal of impact investing. We hear from Chloe Bailey of Moving the Market and The Freedom Fund, which has been funding innovation in this space, and Dr Marc Moser, Head of Impact at Lightrock, about what this looks like at scale. Ed…
 
What does the world of insurance have to do with forced labour, human trafficking and slavery? On this episode of FAST the Podcast, we start off by putting that question in historical context, speaking to Professor Robin Pearson of the University of Hull about the case of the Zong, an infamous episode of insurance litigation following a massacre of…
 
Sandie Morgan and Derek Marsh discuss how anti-trafficking efforts can be adjusted to increase the focus on labor trafficking and how the five P model works strictly related to labor trafficking. They go into depth on being victim-centered and trauma-informed when working with labor trafficking victims and how sex trafficking efforts relate to labo…
 
In Episode 7 of Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking: The Podcast, we look at the changing disclosure and due diligence landscape. We discuss the British and Australian Modern Slavery Acts, learn more about the new mandatory human rights due diligence framework under consideration by the EU, and hear from experts involved in the development of n…
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan, Dr. Bonni Stackowiak, and Prof. Warren Doody discuss the importance of overlapping networks as a method for pursuing interdisciplinary work. Together, they discuss Dr. Elizabeth Dermody Leonard, a significant mentor in all their professionals and personal lives, who encouraged and pushed them all to think and work outside their t…
 
Discussions on the historical context of systemic marginalization within the Anti-Trafficking Movement. Intersections of LGBTQIA2+, anti-BIPOC, and nuances with labor trafficking and sex trafficking.intla
 
In Episode 6 of Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking: The Podcast, we examine the role that development finance can play in the fight against modern slavery and human trafficking. We begin by discussing how restrictions on economic agency create the conditions that make people vulnerable to exploitation. The episode then looks at how development…
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan and Kathy McGibbon Givens discuss how to get “unstuck” in survivor aftercare. They consider the language we use, aftercare programs, and holistic approaches when serving survivors on their journey to become unstuck. Kathy McGibbon Givens Kathy McGibbon Givens is a wife, mother, author, and playwright who has overcome the dark worl…
 
This conversation about patient advocacy with two brilliant people doing fantastic work helping women exit prostitution in Germany. We discuss the challenges and barriers these women face in accessing health care and how they meet the needs of the individuals. We talk about slowing down and humanizing the "process" of health care. You will be inspi…
 
In this episode I discuss state-sponsored slavery, particularly the forms that are being perpetrated in China and North Korea. I also discuss other other questionable practices that can be found in other countries. To get in touch with me please leave a comment here: https://gorelentless.org/contact/ To get updates on these webinars and learn how t…
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dave Stachowiak discuss policy and its significant role for faith-based organizations in combatting human trafficking. Dr. Morgan explains how policies maintain the expectations of staff and volunteers and protect the mission of the organization. Key Notes Dr. Sandie Morgan is writing a book, in collaboration with fellow autho…
 
This webinar travels to Paris where we meet Joni and discuss her work with transwomen in prostitution in Paris. We will discuss the sex trafficking and prostitution situation there as well as the uniqueness of working with transwomen who are in that sector. Joni has lived in several different countries working in several different sectors. She has …
 
This podcast is a discussion of a journal article that applies Queer Theory to counter-human trafficking work and a subsequent webinar featuring the article and one of the authors. Queer Theory is a branch of Critical Social Justice and I explain some of the basic tenets of it and how it is applied in this article. The goal is to help people recogn…
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dr. Stephany Powell discuss the role law enforcement plays in the fight against human trafficking. They consider the relationship between law enforcement and nonprofits and how to best support and serve victims. Dr. Powell and Dr. Morgan discuss the future of the anti-human trafficking movement and how it can evolve to better …
 
Jennifer is a physician assistant who lives in Houston, TX and is active in working against sex trafficking there. We discuss the prostitution and trafficking situation there as well as how she integrates her health profession and her counter-trafficking work. This is a fascinating look into the illegal yet very open prostitution scene there - part…
 
This episode is all about the connection between sleep and trauma. What are the sleep disturbances that people with PTSD or chronic trauma suffer and what kind of things can one do to sleep better? This is NOT medical advice, is not a substitute for visiting your physician and is not entirely comprehensive. I wanted to give an overview about sleep,…
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan and Amy Rahe, Freedom Fund Director of North America, discuss the global anti-slavery organization Freedom Fund and their role in anti-human trafficking. They speak on the importance of organizations being survivor-informed and what that looks like in practice. Amy Rahe is a leading voice on the need for survivors to be included i…
 
In this video I interview Taina, who works with an NGO to do street outreach and aftercare assistance to transgender women in prostitution in a European city. They offer relief and assistance to anyone who wants it, and if someone wishes to exit the sex trade they help facilitate that process. I'm sure you will learn a lot and be inspired to get in…
 
I tackle conspiracy theories and human trafficking because the size and scope and potential for harm is too great to let the recent QAnon shenanigans go by without addressing them. In this talk I discuss what is QAnon and what does it have to do with human trafficking? Why do such conspiracies take such hold in society? What harm has the #savethech…
 
Guest Cristhina discusses her organization's development of an online outreach program to sexually exploited women. She offers some practical wisdom for how to get started and how to stay healthy in this challenging milieu. The blog version of this talk is on my website: https://gorelentless.org/online-outreach-in-the-era-of-covid/ To receive a cop…
 
Here I interview Rhonda who heads up an organization that helps women exit prostitution in Germany. We cover a variety of topics and I'm sure that everyone will learn something about prostitution in Germany, the COVID situation here, and how one excellent organization does their best to help women exit sexual exploitation. Interested in reaching Rh…
 
In this interview with Shannon, the Executive Director and co-Founder of Netzwerk gegen Menschenhandel (Network against Human Trafficking) and the project Liebe ohne Zwang, we discuss her organization's innovative efforts to prevent sex trafficking of young people through leading workshops in schools. We also discuss the Loverboy method and the ins…
 
Japan is infamous for its sexual objectification of school girls. Join us to learn more about the dangerous world of compensated dating, JK businesses and the profile of victims that are trapped in this industry. Music video link: https://youtu.be/6xbRRC8dl1E ZOE Japan is part of ZOE International, a non-profit organization that works to end child …
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan and Melissa Gomez, Project Director of PACT, discuss many of the different facets of child trafficking. Melissa Gomez explains the goals and purpose of the organization PACT and their role in the fight against human trafficking. They explain the different aspects of labor trafficking and go over the red flags and signs of human tr…
 
Dr. Judy Norman joins me again for a conversation about trauma informed care in a clinical setting and how not to retraumatize your patients. This webinar will be directed towards health professionals, but I'm sure that non-medical types will learn something as well! Richie-Zavaleta, A.C.; Villanueva, A.M.; Homicile, L.M.; Urada, L.A. Compassionate…
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan and Ben Skinner discuss the nonprofit Transparentem. Ben describes the role Transparentem plays in combating human trafficking and creating better opportunities for those being exploited. They discuss the standards that must be put in place to combat labor abuse in global supply chains. Ben Skinner is the Founder & Principal of Tr…
 
We are thinking outside the box of anti-trafficking work with Erika Tello and her unique journey to establishing a nationwide anti-trafficking network in Italy. She saw a particular gap in the fight against human trafficking and rose to the challenge of bridging it. We discuss not only the importance of networks, their challenges, and how to get st…
 
My interview with Dr. Judy Norman (OB/GYN) about her work in Phnom Penh, Cambodia where she teaches Gynecology and Women's Health. Dr. Norman is doing some remarkable out-of-the-box interventions to improve the health and wellness of women in places like garment factories and those selling sex in the red-light district. She is breaking down cultura…
 
In this podcast I address the issues surrounding three counter-trafficking organizations which have taken wrong and deplorable turns. I also take this opportunity discuss due diligence and how institutions and individuals can evaluate an organization they are considering supporting. To get updates on these webinars and learn how to participate in a…
 
This is part 3 in a mini-series about self-care. This isn't another piece about why self-care is important or what to do. It is about how you can decide what is right for you and how to implement it. For more on this webinar series: https://gorelentless.org/webinar-series-with-live-qa/gorelentless
 
This is a follow up on Part 1 about the essential principles of self-care. This isn't another piece about why self-care is important or what to do. It is about how you can decide what is right for you and how to implement it. For more on this webinar series: https://gorelentless.org/webinar-series-with-live-qa/…
 
Here I turn my health and wellness focus on the caregiver. This isn't another piece about why self-care is important or what to do. It is about how you can decide what is right for you and how to implement it. The written blog version is here: https://gorelentless.org/essential-principles-of-self-care/ For more on this webinar series: https://gorel…
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan and author Vicki Reed breakdown the fiction book The Car Thief: A Boy’s Perilous Journey Through the Juvenile Justice System. They discuss the plot of this story and how it reflects real-life situations; as well as, how this story is a great educational resource. With a degree in Law Enforcement, a Master’s in Criminal Justice, an…
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan and Katherine Chon, OTIP Director, discuss the Office on Trafficking in Persons and their recent activities. They consider how OTIP’s mission statement and goals are aligning with current projects. They also explain the importance of data collection and the exchange of information in the fight to end human trafficking. Katherine C…
 
Join us for Part 2 of our discussion on child pornography in Japan. In this episode, we discuss simulated child pornography, for example in manga and anime, and also touch on erotic child photography, and child sex dolls. ZOE Japan is part of ZOE International, a non-profit organization that works to end child trafficking in three ways: prevention,…
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan and Deputy Executive Assistant Commissioner Cynthia Whittenburg examine the role U.S. Customs and Border Protection plays in combating Labor Trafficking. They discuss the authority the CBP has and what that looks like when it’s put into action. The impact of their actions are analyzed from a global perspective. Steps that can be t…
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan and Rachel Goble discuss the purpose and beliefs of the organization The Freedom Story. Prevention is at the forefront of every action The Freedom Story takes. They mainly operate in Thailand where they work to protect children and prevent vulnerable people from falling victim to human trafficking. Rachel Goble grew up in an inter…
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan and International Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking Response Coordinator Priscilla Santos discuss the new team that has been put in place in the Salvation Army organization. This sect of the International Social Justice Commission is responsible for a new approach by the Salvation Army to end human trafficking. The system they ha…
 
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