Resource Links

  1. Human Trafficking and the Opioid Crisis put out by the National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center (NHTTATC)
  2. The Community Coalition Against Human Trafficking has an excellent web site with lots of resources.
  3. May 22nd – Facing the Monster of Human Trafficking. 6:30 p.m. Storer Ballroom at Shepherd University.
  4. CCAHT provides a bibliography of 15 books on the subject.
  5. ProQuest has a whole bibliographic section on Human Trafficking as well. (ProQuest, LLC, is an Ann Arbor, Michigan-based electronic publisher and microfilm publisher. It provides archives of sources such as newspapers, periodicals, dissertations, and aggregated databases of many types. Its content is estimated at 125 billion digital pages!)
  6. St. Thomas University in Miami hosted a symposium on Human Trafficking, and here is their bibliography.
  7. The Abel Report
  8. International Justice Mission
  9. The Not for Sale Campaign
  10. The Federal strategic plan for combating Human Trafficking
  11. Human Rights Education in the Classroom
  12. Know the Human Trafficking Lingo
  13. Why Doesn’t She Leave? The power of coercion
  14. The National Human Trafficking Resource Center
  15. Recognizing and Responding to Human Trafficking in a Healthcare Context

And a special selection of children’s books:

  1. “Good Pictures, Bad Pictures” by Kristen Jenson (There are separate books for Ages 3-6 & Ages 7-11.)
  2. “Hayden-Reece Learns What to Do if Children See Private Pictures or Private Movies,” Holly-ann Martin (Ill. by Marilyn Fahie)  (Holly-ann is from Australia & has created an entire curriculum which she shares in schools there)
  3. “Gary Just Didn’t Know the Rules” Holly-ann Martin(Ill. by Marilyn Fahie)
  4. “Say “NO!” and TELL!: Shining the Light Into Darkness” (Training Grown-ups in Boundaries and Personal Safety for Kids) by Kimberly Perry
  5. “Say “NO!” and TELL!: Maisie’s Creative View of Personal Safety for Girls” by Kimberly Perry (Ill. by Kirsten Fay)
  6. “Say “NO!” and TELL!: Daxton’s Creative View of Personal Safety for Boys” by Kimberly Perry (Ill. by Kirsten Fay)
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