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What Can You Do?
Trafficking in persons is a global problem, and it can feel overwhelming. But there’s a lot you can do to help. Learn more about how we can all come together to support survivors and end trafficking.This video is a part of New York Anti Trafficking Network's #TalkTraffic series.
Our goal is to end trafficking, and to prevent it from happening in the first place. We also want to help survivors reclaim their voices and their lives. Learn more about the solutions we need that will put an end to trafficking. This video is a part of New York Anti Trafficking Network's #TalkTraffic series.
Survivors of trafficking need a wide range of legal services. It takes expert legal knowledge and experience to work with a survivor as he or she moves through immigration, criminal justice, housing, civil litigation, or family law issues. Learn more about how survivors can work with their lawyers on navigating different legal systems.This video is a part of New York Anti Trafficking Network's #TalkTraffic series.
Survivors Sharing their Voices
Survivors of trafficking move on to reclaim their lives in so many different ways. The trafficking experience is not a core piece of their identity. Learn more about how survivors can share their voices while protecting their privacy. This video is a part of New York Anti Trafficking Network's #TalkTraffic series.
Human Rights Approach
Responses to trafficking involve important human rights issues. Solutions to trafficking that are rooted in human rights respect the dignity and self-determination of the person who may be trafficked. Learn more about what it means to approach trafficking through this lens. This video is a part of New York Anti Trafficking Network's #TalkTraffic series.
What is Human Trafficking?
When a person is trafficked, she or he experiences some type of force, fraud, or coercion in work, usually in low-wage industries. It’s important to understand what trafficking looks like, so we can give people the help they need and want. Learn more about the dynamics of trafficking in persons. This video is a part of New York Anti Trafficking Network's #TalkTraffic series.
NY Anti-Trafficking Network (NYATN): Working to End Trafficking & Support Survivors
This video, produced by the New York Anti-Trafficking Network, is an introduction to the #TalkTraffic video series. #TalkTraffic is a series of short videos sharing insights and expert advice on understanding survivors and ending trafficking.
Myths and Misconceptions
Resource developed by the Greater Louisiana Human Trafficking Task Force to bust the common myths and misconceptions within the anti-trafficking movement.
FNTI Housing TTA Project Flyer
The FNTI Housing Project provides training and technical assistance on access to housing to service providers working with survivors of human trafficking.
Exposing the Myths of Human Trafficking
This fact sheet, created by the Office of Trafficking in Persons (OTIP) through the Department of Health and Human Services, is a visual representation of the myths that surround human trafficking.