The Trafficking-Free Community (TFC) project aims to reduce the vulnerability of children to the crime of sex trafficking and other forms of human trafficking through a combination of classroom curricula, educator training and the coordination of community resources. Each phase of the project, in a first-of-its-kind study, will be measured and evaluated in order to provide a clear understanding of how prevention and early intervention initiatives, geared toward youth, can impact the incidence of human trafficking in communities.
- Provide prevention education for young people,
- Facilitate what is perhaps the earliest form of intervention for those already involved in trafficking,
- Empower administrators and teachers to identify victims, perpetrators and the signs of human trafficking and to manage the issue in the most responsible and sensitive manner for those involved,
- Help initiate and/or strengthen community relationships critical to successfully addressing this mounting problem by having local anti-trafficking stakeholders play key roles in the educator training workshops and collaborating with educators to develop a workable response protocol,
- Present real data on questions regarding the efficacy of human trafficking education, educator training and stakeholder collaboration.
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