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From Indian Country Today, Victoria Sweet, May 24, 2015: Trafficking in Native Communities
Sex trafficking is a pervasive national problem in the United States. Media reports indicate that sex trafficking occurs in both rural and urban areas with victims who are children and adults, of any gender, race, and sexual orientation. This study uses a systematic search method to determine the incidence of arrests for sex trafficking of a minor in […]
From the Tulsa Law Review, Gabrielle Mandeville, Summer 2015: Sex Trafficking on Indian Reservations
This recorded webinar provides information on effective community response to the problem of child sex trafficking in Indian Country.
The review offers insights and recommendations for practice based on currently available knowledge. This information is crucial to those who participate in mentoring youth because of the serious and potentially life-threatening negative health outcomes and experiences that can come from young persons involved in commercial sex activity (YCSA).
Human trafficking is a prolific issue that our society faces today, but it is especially true for Native reservations. As a law enforcement official or other member of the community, it is important to understand the signs of a trafficking case. This resource provides some insight into the signs, as well as some prevention tactics […]
The purpose of this study is to create a community driven incidence number of sex trafficking victims upon which the Arizona anti-sex trafficking community can build response services. This incidence number was developed by active participation from 36 Arizona-based organization to be used as a benchmark to track changes over time in Arizona.
Human trafficking, slavery and exploitation of the weak are as ancient as civilization itself. Since ancient times, affluent people have kept and traded in slaves for physical pleasure, manual labor, and profit.
Since Native women are at exceptionally high risk for poverty, homelessness, and sexual violence which are elements in the trafficking of women, and because the needs of Native women are generally not being met, and because prostituted women are at extremely high risk for violence and emotional trauma, our goal was to assess the life […]