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Resource Tool Kit

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as more information is available.

These are publicly posted resources to access and use:


ECPAT-US PSA "It Happens Here", on the issue of child sex trafficking in the U.S. We went to the streets of NYC to ask people what they know about sex trafficking and filmed their answers, which were interesting and surprising. We need to let people know that it happens here too. If you could share it with the Prevention committee, that would be great. It’s on our homepage:

"Does Your Hotel Know the Signs of Sex Trafficking" PSA:

Hillsborough County PSA for use in Schools:

News Clip on Reaching Children on the Internet:

Shared Hope International's State by State Report Cards:

Shared Hope International released the State Report Cards on trafficking:



Resources for Educators and School Administrators:


Please see below training video from Homeland Security Blue Campaign and a case from DHS's Dallas office.   Password- WOL35

SHORT CLIPS: (HT Atlanta - 1.39) (HT awards show - 1.59) (Test drive 9 I stop traffic- 1.00) (About HT - 1.32) (Not for sale HT statistics - 1.00) (HT global affects - 1.57) (HT PSA - 1.01) (Trafficking of women - 1.00) (HT in the US - 3.59) (Superbowl and HT - 1.30)


Fields of Mudan Documentary - 23min 

The Dark Side of Chocolate

Chosen (Trailer:

Very Young Girls

Not My Life (Trailer:

Nefarious (Trailer:


Human Trafficking


21st Century Sex Slaves: an Extraordinary Documentary

The Guardian Investigates - Slaves Ships & Supermarkets

Trade of Innocents


Unseen Dances - in collaboration with Molly Gochman's Red Sand Project
Tanya - written by Sam Forman (House of Cards), directed by Monica Raymund (Chicago Fire), featuring Eammon Walker and Christian Stolte from Chicago Fire
Both films can be viewed at the link below:



CNN Human Trafficking Segment featuring Nancy Rivard

Amber Lyons Exposing Child Sex Trafficking

Human Trafficking: Modern Day Slavery in America

Human Trafficking Survivor: Go After the Johns

Mira Sorvino Talks Human Trafficking

Hearing on Preventing Foster Youth Trafficking

Human Trafficking Victim "Part of Me is Still Dead"

The Fight to Stop Trafficking in the US

Radio Interviews:

Case Studies:

Sex trafficking
1998 Cadena-Sosa case
2007 Melchor case
2011 Belinschi case (Orlando)

Labor trafficking
2001 Ramos case
2005 Evans case (US citizen victims)
2007 King case (San Destin Hilton)
2008 Paulin case (House slavery Miami)
2010 Manuel case (Boca)
2001 Pipkins case (Atlanta)
2007 Osley case (Miami)
2011 Gordon case (Jacksonville)
2012 Prom case (Bradenton)
2012 Bowman case (West Palm Beach)
2013 Rodriguez case (Orlando)


Stop The Traffik:

Compiled by Paul Savery 
The Born2Fly Projectforyoung children and teenagers
Born to Fly is a 70-page, 6-session curriculum with separate, age-appropriate tracks. Available in English and Spanish
I EMPATHIZE - The Empower Youth Program for pre-teens
The Empower Youth Program for Pre-teens is a tool we are developing that will help educators (and other adults who work with youth) to facilitate age-appropriate, meaningful conversations about navigating vulnerability and staying safe from exploitation. Empower Kids uses an illustrated story book, an animated series and activities to discuss difficult issues such as trust, self confidence, empathy and how to respond to difficult life circumstances. This curriculum can be used in multiple formats including single or multi-day units or a day camp.
I EMPATHIZE - The Empower Youth Program for teens
The Empower Youth Program for Teens is a tool that helps those already working with youth to facilitate prevention-focused conversations about empathy and exploitation in their schools and neighborhoods. Educators, parents, and youth service providers can utilize this five-part series of short films, activities, and discussion questions to empower teens 7th grade and up to successfully navigate the vulnerabilities in their lives in order to stay safe from exploitation. While many prevention programs require that the host organization be present to lead the trainings, the Empower Youth Program comes in a content package (consisting of a film bundle and facilitator guidebook) that any facilitator can lead
Shared Hope International Film Series for teens
“Chosen”: An Anti-Trafficking Video Documentary by Shared Hope International - This comprehensive video resource reveals the warning signs and sometimes fatal consequences of sex trafficking to equip teens to protect themselves and others from being trapped in the horrific and violent sex industry. Chosen tells the true stories of two ‘All-American’ teenage girls who were tricked by traffickers. The resource packages include additional educational tools to further discussion, learning and action! Gang and Spanish editions
My Life My Choice curriculum for high risk girls between the ages of 12-18years old
My Life My Choiceis a national leader in the prevention of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC). The ten-session curriculum provides concrete, well-researched methods for reaching vulnerable adolescent girls and was created by an exploitation survivor. The curriculum is most frequently used to reach girls who are at disproportionately higher risk of being exploited, or who are already survivors of exploitation. The training pairs a licensed clinician with a trained survivor of exploitation to lead groups.
Dream Big Campaign Leader's Guide and Curriculumfor teenagers and young adults
Anti-trafficking curriculum 58 pages, 6 sessions. Currently available only in English
Runaway and other at risk youth
The FYSB Runaway and Homeless Youth Training and Technical Assistance Center/HTR3 project to complement existing curriculafor runaway and homeless youth
HTR3’s framework is the name given to National Safe Place Network’s approach on how to recognize, respect and respond to victims and survivors of human trafficking. The framework is meant to complement well researched , existing curricula while filling gaps that seem to exist in linking reactions and responses to strength-based and trauma-informed practices. The goal is to build capacity to address the needs of victim-survivors of human trafficking.
Webinars will be pre-recorded and archived at www.rhyttac.neton the e-learning portal and will cover such subjects as Building Community Awareness Partnering with Survivors as Educators and Volunteer and Culturally Appropriate Human Trafficking Services
Family and Youth Services Bureau’s (FYSB) TheRunaway and Homeless Youth Training and Technical Assistance Center (RHYTTAC) HTR3 for runaway homeless youth
This framework is the name given to National Safe Place Network’s approach on how to recognize, respect and respond to victims and survivors of human trafficking (sex, labor, DMST, CSEC and other variants). The framework is meant to complement well-researched , existing curricula while filling gaps that seem to exist in linking reactions and responses to strength-based and trauma-informed practices. HTR3 supports existing curricula on the overall topic of human trafficking but is curricula for RHY staff on how to handle runaway homeless youth victims of human traffickingActivities include webinars with accompanying tip
FAIR Girls’Tell Your Friends for girls who have experienced homelessness, life inside the foster care system, sexual abuse, and trafficking
FAIR Girls prevents the exploitation of girls worldwide with empowerment and education.
Tell Your Friends is a four module, multimedia prevention education curriculum taught in public junior and high school classrooms, after-school programs, youth shelters and group homes.. Using video, drawing, and song, the curriculum is an interactive age-appropriate curriculum that defines what human trafficking is, identifies risk factors teen girls and boys face toward human trafficking, talks about healthy and unhealthy relationships, draws links between intimate partner violence and human trafficking, 
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TIPS: Trafficking Interactive Prevention Simulation for at risk youth 11 -15 years
Youth between the ages of 11 and 15 are especially at risk for becoming victims of human trafficking because they are a vulnerable target for the traffickers. Most of these victims are girls, but boys can be entrapped as well. Participants are taught about trafficking and are given cards with actual tips they can use to protect and prevent themselves from becoming victims of human trafficking.
Love 146 Not a #Number for at-risk youth
Not a #Number, an interactive five-lesson human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation (CSE) prevention curriculum that supports a nuanced approach to reach diverse populations of at-risk youth. This program continues to teach youth how to recognize recruitment tactics, understand vulnerabilities, and develop skills to safely navigate potential and existing exploitative situations. Youth also identify healthy support systems, and learn how to access community resources when situations occur that increase their vulnerability or if exploitation is already underway
UNICEF End Trafficking Middle School Education Guide 6-8 th grade
End Trafficking is a unit of three lessons designed to provide students with an understanding of the complexity of human trafficking, to help students recognize and analyze how human trafficking affects children in the United States and around the world, to educate on what UNICEF and other organizations are doing to combat human trafficking and encourage students to take action, both locally and globally.
UNICEF End Trafficking Middle School Education Guide 9-12  th grade
End Trafficking is a unit of four lessons and a final assessment designed to raise awareness about child trafficking as a multi-layered human rights violation and to inform about the reasons why it is occurring, to highlight the challenges of combating child trafficking and the work of UNICEF and others in prevention, protection, and prosecution and to encourage students to take their own steps in addressing the local and global issues ofchild trafficking.
ECPAT - USA  Educator’s Toolkit for teachers, guidance counselors, and school nurses
Educator’s Toolkit educates on the issue of child sexual exploitation and trafficking, as schools are in a unique position to implement preventative and educational information regarding this issue. Human Trafficking and Child Trafficking Lesson Plan is for educators for 6 to 12 grade. ECPAT-USA presented the Educators Toolkit at a workshop put on by The National Education Association (NEA). Educator’s Toolkit contains Factsheet, Statistics and FAQs. Plus associated materials and list of Activities for Educators
Texas RISE to the Challenge an Introduction to Human Trafficking for Educational Professionals
Developed by the Texas Human Trafficking Prevention Task Force, the purpose of this training is to empower education professionals to: recognize risk factors and indicators related to human trafficking and identify potential human trafficking victims and report as legally required. Training also provides a foundation to: share knowledge with colleagues, parents, and community members and engage in local prevention efforts.
Youth 4 Abolition - On Eagles Wings Ministries for students
Eyes Open: Shutting the Door to Slavery is the Youth 4 Abolition curriculum created by On Eagles Wings Ministries to provide age appropriate information about all forms of human trafficking to reduce their vulnerability to being trafficked and empower students to take a stand against modern-day slavery. Each lesson provides information to increase the student’s AWARENESS and opportunities to engage in ACTIVISM to both spread awareness among their peers and advocate for an end to modern day slavery.
A 21 Campaign’s Bodies Are Not Commodities curriculum for high school students
Educating the next generation about the dangers and reality of human trafficking is key to ending modern-day slavery. The Bodies Are Not Commodities curriculum and prevention and awareness program are designed to equip students with the tools necessary to recognize potentially dangerous situations and empowers them to become modern-day abolitionists.
A21 Curriculum has been developed to educate high school students about the issue of human trafficking. A21 Prevention and Awareness Programis layered into two presentation formats to engage audiences of all ages and sizes. 
The Child Labor Education Project materials for K-12
K-12 Teachers’ Materials materials:
Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives a service-learning project for secondary schools,
Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives’ (FDFI) service-learning projects are a great way for students to understand important issues and to become part of their solutions. In an effort to illustrate the realities of child and forced labor all over the world, Globalize 13, a service-learning project for secondary schools, presents lessons about this insidious form of slavery within the context of the 13th Amendment and its 150th anniversary in 2015. We encourage teachers to sign-up for the project and download the free digital curriculum available on this website.
Free the Slaves Teacher’s Guide for teachers
The five-page Teachers Guide includes sections on the definition of slavery, the types of slavery still in existence, the causes of slavery and key facts. The five-page Activities Guide includes a slavery quiz, question-and-answer exercises and a fill-in-the-square exercise. The six-page Case Studies guide provides real-world examples of adults and children in various forms of slavery, with suggested discussion questions for each example.
The guides can be used by teachers to develop in-class or after-class activities, or by parents or students as resources for school projects. They complement the FTS Slavery in History timeline and the wealth of short videos on the FTS Vimeo channel that show what slavery looks like and showcase how it can be overcome.
Global Centurion for middle school and high school children and teens.
Global Centurion has created a basic introduction to and overview of human trafficking for middle school and high school children and teens. The curriculum describes various types of human trafficking (sex trafficking and labor trafficking; international and domestic trafficking; adult and child trafficking.  The course introduces students to international, foreign national and U.S. law and  policy on human trafficking, how to identify victims, and common health concerns among trafficking victims as background for a demand-related approach.
Abolition Ohio’s Human Trafficking is the Modern Day Slave Trade: A High School Curriculum for high school students
Help students to understand the horrors of human trafficking and ways they can help to stop it. Students will learn about the different types of human trafficking, the scope of the problem, and who is vulnerable to modern day slavery. They will visit various websites, read books, and watch videos and presentations that will help them understand the problem. Finally, they will create an original public service announcement or awareness poster as their way of helping to fight human trafficking
Richmond Justice Initiative The Prevention Project for middle and high school students
The Prevention Project program is a 6 lesson curriculum taught in schools. The interactive program focuses on educating students on the issues of human trafficking locally and globally, developing healthy self-awareness and boundaries, strengthening character, and fostering leadership amongst the students. The Prevention Project program equips students with knowledge of the facts and lures of trafficking affecting their generation and empowers students to be abolitionists.
Human Trafficking Awareness Partnerships, Inc. ARTREACH middle school and high school students
ARTREACH is an interactive creative arts designed to instill a sense of awareness about human trafficking in our community’s boys and girls and to empower them to become peer spokes persons. The ARTREACH program is presented to students in after school programs Top of Form
The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments (NCSSLE) for school officials
Human Trafficking in Schools Guide was developed to help school officials
  • understand how human trafficking impacts schools
  • recognize the indicators of possible child trafficking
  • develop policies, protocols, and partnerships to address and prevent the exploitation of children
Partners Against Trafficking Humans in NC (PATH NC) for parents of students and all school personnel
(PATH NC) is a group of concerned organizations and citizens working together to raise public awareness and foster community actions to end human trafficking in North Carolina PATH offers an educational program on human trafficking to be held for parents of students and all school personnel.
     Contact for curriculum resources to conduct session.
Stop the Traffik’s Start Freedomlesson resources for schools and young people
Stop The Traffik is a global movement of activists around the world who passionately give their time and energy to build resilient communities and prevent human trafficking. Start Freedom is a project developed in conjunction with the United Nations and the Serious Organised Crime Agency. Start Freedom lessons have been downloaded in 97 countries. The campaign encourages people to sign up, promote it to their local schools and interact with others.
Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE) Ending Sexual Exploitation:Activities and Resources for Educators of High School Students
This toolkit offers activities and resources for educators of high school students. These activities focus on the pressures your students may face to engage in sexually exploitive acts or sexual activities that make them feel uncomfortable. The three main topics are gender roles, sexual exploitation, and human trafficking. The goal of this activity guide is to provide assignments, ideas, and classroom discussions to help educators facilitate interactive, informative, and moving interpersonal and peer-group discovery about the difficult issues their students may be facing.
Chicago Alliance Against  Sexual Exploitation (CAASE)Toolkit For High School Coaches
Coaches often play a key role in helping shape the behaviors and attitudes of the young men they work with throughout the sports season. Understanding the significance of the coach/student relationship, CAASE and Coach for America created five short lesson plans that coaches can use with their athletes. Each plan is ten minutes long with an optional writing assignment.
Northwest Family Services’ Deceptions: Exposing the Lures of Child Sex Trafficking & Internet Dangers for school based adolescents
Deceptions provides young people with the awareness and tools they need to defeat child predators. Highlights of this program include: recognizing coercion and manipulation, and expose the “grooming” process and understanding the power of the Internet and new technology. The Interactive School-based Prevention Program includes a Facilitator’s Guide and multimedia PowerPoint that is weaved around an engaging account of what happened to a real teen victim,  along with interviews with those in law enforcement who are working with both victims and tracking down Pimps and the “Johns”. Designed to be presented in 3 classroom sessions but adaptable to any setting
Soaring Higher curriculum for young children and teenagers in Christian schools.
Companion to regular Born to Fly curriculum with additional lesson material for Christian schools. Available in English and Spanish
Dream Big with God Leader's Guide and Curriculumfor teenagers and young adults in Christian schools
Companion to Dream Big Campaign--additional lesson material for Christian schools. Currently available only in English.
The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) Student Toolkit for colleges
Toolkit is designed to provide students with resources to identify and raise awareness of human trafficking in their community. It facilitates the student playing an active role in educating others in the community about human trafficking, promoting the NHTRC hotline, and preparing campus community to take a stand against human trafficking. Toolkit provides access to interactive trainings and webinars on a variety of topics related to human trafficking.
Take 25National Center for Missing Exploited Children for families
Take 25 is a national child safety campaign of the National Center for Missing Exploited Children encouraging families to take 25 minutes to talk to their children about safety and
Take 25 provides free tools such as safety tips, conversation starters, and mini-lessons to help trusted adults begin conversations with children about safety.
 National Center for Missing Exploited Children for communities
In 2015, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children will re-launch the Campaign Against Sexual Exploitation (CASE) which provides tools and guidelines on how communities can develop long-term solutions to the sexual victimization of children. Through CASE, NCMEC and communities can work together to foster safer communities for children and youth. The toolkit will include:
  • Strategies to increase community engagement.
  • Free resources for leaders and communities to engage local stakeholders.
  • Public awareness posters.
  • All resources will be available to download on this website.
Salvation Army’s Project FIGHT Human Trafficking 101 Awareness & Education Training for communities
The Salvation Army is available to provide Human Trafficking 101 training for groups interested in increasing community members’ awareness.  This training includes an overview of human trafficking, how to identify victims of human trafficking, examples of what human trafficking can look like in your community, who to contact for support, and what community members can do to stop human trafficking. They also offer specific trainings on a variety of topics regarding human trafficking for more advanced groups.
Stewards of Children Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training for adults
The Stewards of Childrenprevention training program teaches adults how to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. The program is designed for individuals concerned about the safety of children as well as organizations that serve youth.
The online version of Stewards of Children allows individuals to take the training at any time or place, at a pace of their choosing. It takes approximately 2 hours to complete, and the cost for the online training is $10 per person.
The group setting sessions of Stewards of Childrenis led by a Darkness to Light Authorized Facilitator include:
  • A two-part DVD presentation with commentary from sexual abuse survivors, experts in the field and concerned adults.
  • Facilitator-led discussion emphasizes important issues in prevention within the community and organizations that serve children.
  • An interactive workbook facilitates discussion, reinforces key concepts, and serves as a resource and personal action plan for resolving child sexual abuse.
Ending The Game(ETG) for sex trafficking survivors A “coercion resiliency” curriculum developed by Sowers Education Group that reduces feelings of attachment to traffickers and/or a lifestyle characterized by commercial sexual exploitation, thereby reducing the rate of recidivism among sex trafficking survivors. ETG is designed to educate and empower survivors of commercial sexual exploitation and trafficking by providing a structure and framework to uncover harmful psychological coercion (a.k.a. “The Game”) that victims may have been subjected to during or before their exploitation experience. By revealing a sequence of commonly-used, yet seldom-explained, mind control techniques used by traffickers, sexual abusers, media and other coercive agents, we aim to empower victims to acquire skills and end “The Game.” $399 one-time fee for virtual training of facilitator
Girls Educational & Mentoring Services (GEMS) Train-the-Trainer, “CSEC 101” curriculum 
GEMS is the only organization in New York State specifically designed to serve girls and young women who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking.
GEMS’ three-day OJJDP Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Community Intervention Project Train-the-Trainer curriculum provides a comprehensive overview of CSEC, including the following: understanding trauma bonds/Stockholm Syndrome, identification of victims, and counseling techniques for commercially sexually exploited (CSE) youth[SP1] 
Law Enforcement Agencies
UNODC Human TraffickingFirst Aid Kit for Law Enforcement Agencies
The kit is designed to support front-line officers who may come into contact with cases of human trafficking. As well as a full e-version, the First Aid Kit has been released as a sample, or demonstration model carry case containing different types of concise yet useful information, providing guidance to first responders, who can play a vital role in determining the fate of a trafficked person by identifying indicators of human trafficking.The First Aid Kit complements the existing UNODC Anti Trafficking Training Manual and other practitioner-focused material for criminal justice officials.
Human Trafficking Training Program
As part of the DHS Blue Campaign to combat human trafficking, DHS developed this web-based human trafficking training course that teaches law enforcement officers how to recognize human trafficking encountered during routine duties, how to protect victims, and how to initiate human trafficking investigations.
This training is law enforcement sensitive and available on the FLETC Electronic Learning Portal for law enforcement officials with an account with the Regional Information Sharing Systems (RISS), a secure intranet that facilitates law enforcement communications and information sharing nationwide.
Child Welfare
Child Welfare Pre-Service Training on Human Trafficking of Children
for Child Protective Investigators
The materials for the Child Welfare Pre-Service Training curriculum were produced by Florida International University for the State of Florida, Department of Children and Families. Module One addresses Florida’s statutory definition of child trafficking and identifies the two major types of child trafficking and describe potential child traffickers. Module Two addresses the Identification of potential child trafficking victims and knowledge on what to do whenever you suspect child trafficking,
General Population
The Department of State’s TIP Office video-based Human Trafficking Awareness Training for general population.
The Department of State’s TIP Office, in collaboration with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has developed awareness and training materials to help increase awareness and educate on the indicators of human trafficking. Part of federal governments zero tolerance for human trafficking. Human trafficking is a hidden crime, and the first step to combating it is to identify victims so they can be rescued and help bring their perpetrators to justice.
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