This 2-hour-long survivor panel focuses on the intersections across the labor and sex trafficking industries. It will include audience interactions, and a live Q&A. Hear the perspective and insights from lived experience experts as they discuss the importance of co-identification and reflect on experiences often overlooked by the anti-trafficking movement. This conversation will analyze how providers can better impact identification and direct service needs without segregating survivors by trafficking type. By recognizing the frequency at which sex and labor trafficking intersect, we can allow those with lived experience to identify the commonalities and work to destigmatize and uplift survivor experiences. Help us empower survivors by offering more opportunities for understanding, healing, and self-sufficiency.
Is this event for me? This event is intended for providers with an understanding of labor trafficking, sex trafficking, and trauma-informed service delivery.