New human trafficking training through WMU School of Social Work Featuring Andy Soper!
All Eyes Open: Commercial Exploitation of Children in America: Friday, September 30, 2016; WMU
What to do when facing a human trafficking situation
The Michigan Department of Health & Human Services and the United Auto Workers Local 6000, which represents most DHHS employees, are in early conversations about how to train more workers to spot the red flags of trafficking and know where to report their concerns.
The problem of human trafficking – the sale of human beings for labor and sex work — isn’t new. For years, trafficking has taken place out of the public
Training Hotel Employees to Stop Trafficking
Michigan is one of the top states for human trafficking, but the Michigan Lodging and Tourism Association is looking to change that. It’s working with a group called Safeguarding Adolescents from Exploitation, or the Safe Action Project. The goal is to train hotel employees to spot the warning signs.