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EDUCATION

 

Are you an educator who is looking for ways to teach your students about human trafficking?

Are you a part of an organization or community group that desires to raise awareness to inform, protect, and educate others?

Are you a parent who is wondering how to start a conversation with your child or teen about how they can protect themselves and their friends?

Are you a student who is passionate to help others and mobilize your generation?

 

Below are resources we’ve developed to equip you in the fight for freedom.


  
  

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Parent Guides
  

Guides to teach your kids about human trafficking

 
These guides are designed to help parents of young children and teenagers start conversations about human trafficking—what it is, how to identify it, and how to prevent it.
 

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Did you know that 1 in every 4 victims of modern slavery is a child? 


These parent guides have been designed to help safeguard children so that human trafficking can be prevented before it even begins.

 

Versions

– Parent Guide for Kids is written for ages 6-12

– Parent Guide for Teens is written for ages 13-17

 

Content

– What is Human Trafficking?

– Conversations – Human Trafficking Talks

– Online Safety Tips

– Protective Action Steps

 

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Safety Guides
  

Guides to educate yourself and others to prevent human trafficking.

 
These guides provide information, safety tips, and red flag indicators on a variety of topics including safe employment and digital safety.
 

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Staying safe from the vulnerabilities of trafficking is possible.


Human trafficking affects millions of men, women, and children around the world; it also happens in our communities. These guides have been created to help keep everyone safe from exploitation.

 

Safe Employment Guides:

Safe Employment Guide USA


Safe Employment Guide
(USA)

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Safe Employment Guide Australia


Safe Employment Guide
(Australia)

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Safe Employment Guide Bulgaria


Safe Employment Guide
(Bulgaria)

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Safe Employment Guide Cambodia


Safe Employment Guide
(Cambodia)

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Safe Employment Guide Canada


Safe Employment Guide
(Canada)

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Safe Employment Guide Greece


Safe Employment Guide
(Greece)

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Safe Employment Guide Mexico


Safe Employment Guide
(Mexico)

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Safe Employment Guide Norway


Safe Employment Guide
(Norway)

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Safe Employment Guide
(Poland)

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Safe Employment Guide South Africa


Safe Employment Guide
(South Africa)

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Safe Employment Guide Spain


Safe Employment Guide
(Spain)

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Safe Employment Guide Thailand


Safe Employment Guide
(Thailand)

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Safe Employment Guide UK


Safe Employment Guide
(UK)

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Safe Employment Guide Ukraine


Safe Employment Guide
(Ukraine)

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Student Safety Guides:

Student Safety Guide USA


Student Safety Guide
(USA)

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Student Safety Guide Australia


Student Safety Guide
(Australia)

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Student Safety Guide Bulgaria


Student Safety Guide
(Bulgaria)

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Student Safety Guide Cambodia


Student Safety Guide
(Cambodia)

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Student Safety Guide Canada


Student Safety Guide
(Canada)

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Student Safety Guide Greece


Student Safety Guide
(Greece)

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Student Safety Guide Latin America


Student Safety Guide
(Latin America)

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Student Safety Guide Norway


Student Safety Guide
(Norway)

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Student Safety Guide South Africa


Student Safety Guide
(South Africa)

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Student Safety Guide Spain


Student Safety Guide
(Spain)

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Student Safety Guide Sweden


Student Safety Guide
(Sweden)

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Student Safety Guide Thailand


Student Safety Guide
(Thailand)

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Student Safety Guide UK


Student Safety Guide
(UK)

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Student Safety Guide Ukraine


Student Safety Guide
(Ukraine)

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Educator Safety Guides:

Educator Guide USA


Educator Safety Guide
(USA)

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Educator Safety Guide
(Australia)

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Educator Guide Bulgaria


Educator Safety Guide
(Bulgaria)

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Educator Guide Cambodia


Educator Safety Guide
(Cambodia)

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Educator Guide Canada


Educator Safety Guide
(Canada)

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Educator Guide Global


Educator Safety Guide
(Global)

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Educator Guide Greece


Educator Safety Guide
(Greece)

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Educator Guide Latin America


Educator Safety Guide
(Latin America)

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Educator Guide South Africa


Educator Safety Guide
(South Africa)

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Educator Guide Spain


Educator Safety Guide
(Spain)

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Educator Guide Thailand


Educator Safety Guide
(Thailand)

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Educator Guide UK


Educator Safety Guide
(UK)

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Educator Guide Ukraine


Educator Safety Guide
(Ukraine)

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Safe Relationship Guides:

Safe Relationship Guide USA


Safe Relationship Guide
(USA)

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Safe Relationship Guide AUS


Safe Relationship Guide
(Australia)

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Safe Relationship Guide Bulgaria


Safe Relationship Guide
(Bulgaria)

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Safe Relationship Guide Cambodia


Safe Relationship Guide
(Cambodia)

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Safe Relationship Guide Canada


Safe Relationship Guide
(Canada)

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Safe Relationship Guide Greece


Safe Relationship Guide
(Greece)

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Safe Relationship Guide Latin America


Safe Relationship Guide
(Latin America)

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Safe Relationship Guide Poland


Safe Relationship Guide
(Poland)

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Safe Relationship Guide South Africa


Safe Relationship Guide
(South Africa)

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Safe Relationship Guide Spain


Safe Relationship Guide
(Spain)

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Safe Relationship Guide Thailand


Safe Relationship Guide
(Thailand)

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Safe Relationship Guide UK


Safe Relationship Guide
(UK)

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Safe Relationship Guide Ukraine


Safe Relationship Guide
(Ukraine)

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EARLY CHILDHOOD Prevention Program

(ECPP) is a child-centered, activity-based program designed to empower vulnerable children, ages 3-6.

Currently available in English. Additional languages coming soon.

The ECPP equips children with safety tools for protection as they navigate potentially dangerous situations in their young lives.
 

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PRIMARY PREVENTION PROGRAM
  

Child-centered, play-based program teaching children about their rights and how to stay safe.

 
This 3 session program is designed to empower children ages 6-12, to champion their young voices, and to teach them how to make informed decisions that protect themselves and others.
 

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STORYBOOK
  

A Children's Storybook teaching steps on how to stay safe.

Designed for parents, caregivers, and teachers to read to children.   

The “Steps to Staying Safe Storybook” is designed to help children learn more about human trafficking prevention through visual storytelling. Parents, caregivers, educators or anyone who interacts with children can use this storybook or give as a gift, to help spread essential trafficking prevention messages, in a creative way. This storybook is designed to help children better understand the dangers of tricky people, what they can do and who they can ask for help.
 

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Steps to Staying Safe Storybook

The “Steps to Staying Safe Storybook" tells the story of Maria, an adventurous young five year old who encounters a tricky person while she is playing at the park. This story introduces the concepts of tricky people, safe strangers and trusted adults, to encourage children to think about the different types of people (not just strangers) they may encounter and who is safe and unsafe. Through this fun story, our goal is to help children to recognize unsafe situations and know what to do.

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Digital PDF Download

Languages: English

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Print At Home PDF Download

Languages: English

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Hardcopy Booklet*

Languages: English

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*Only available in the USA store

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The "Steps to Staying Safe Storybook" is a stand alone resource that can also be used in conjunction with A21’s Early Childhood Prevention Program (ECPP). The ECPP is a program designed for facilitators to run with children ages 3-6, to help equip them with safety tools for protection as they navigate potentially dangerous situations in their young lives. Click here for more information on the ECPP.

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PREVENTION COMIC BOOKS

Designed for children and communities to learn through visual storytelling


The “Staying Safe Online Comic Book” is designed to help children ages 6-12 learn about digital safety so they can better understand the dangers of interacting online. Additional comic books are designed to help children, at-risk populations, and low-literacy communities learn more about the different forms of human trafficking and safe migration.
 

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Staying Safe Online Comic Book

Parents, caregivers, educators, or anyone who cares for children ages 6-12 can use this comic book, or can give it as a gift, to teach kids about online safety in a creative way.

The core aims of the "Staying Safe Online Comic Book" are to help young children learn more about digital safety and to equip them with tools to prevent them from becoming potential victims of online exploitation. This digital safety comic book tells the story of two young friends, Eva and Aisha, who encounter a tricky person and a false online opportunity for fame. This story introduces the concepts of tricky people and unsafe strangers and trusted adults, to encourage children to think about the different types of people (not just strangers) they may encounter online and who is safe and unsafe. It also reminds children that they should not interact with people they do not know online, and that their personal information should be kept private. Through this fun story, our goal is to help children to recognize an unsafe online situation and know what to do to stay safe..

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Digital PDF Download

Languages: English

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Hardcopy Booklet*

Languages: English

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*Only available in the USA store, paperback.

 

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The "Staying Safe Online Comic Book" is a stand alone resource that can also be used in conjunction with A21’s Primary Prevention Program (PPP). The PPP is a play-based program designed to empower children ages 6-12, to champion their young voices, and to teach them how to make informed decisions that protect themselves and others. Click here for more information on the PPP.

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Designed for Children and at Risk Populations


These comics books are designed to help children, at risk populations, and communities with low literacy learn more about human trafficking prevention through visual storytelling.

 

Forced Begging Comic Book

Comic — Forced Begging

Languages:

English, Thai and Khmer

Forced Begging:

Forcing a person (often children or persons with a physical or mental disability) to beg or perform to collect donations.

Possible Indicators:

  • Forced to sit in the same place for a prolonged period of time
  • Asleep, often drugged or unconscious
  • Appears dirty and wearing ill-fitting clothes
  • Signs of abuse and malnourishment (denied food, water, sleep, and / or medical care)


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Forced Labor Comic Book

Comic — Forced Labour Trafficking

Languages:

English, Thai, Khmer, Burmese

Forced Labor:

Forcing a person to work in captivity for little or no pay.

Possible Indicators:

  • Excessive working hours
  • Unsafe working condition and hard manual labor
  • Restricted movement
  • Accompanied by a controlling person
  • Appears dirty and wearing ill-fitting clothes
  • Signs of abuse and malnourishment


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Sex Trafficking Comic Book

Comic — Sex Trafficking

Languages:

English, Thai, Khmer, Burmese, Vietnamese

Sex Trafficking:

Forcing, deceiving, or coercing a person to perform a commercial sex act.

Possible Indicators:

  • Victim is a minor
  • Afraid to talk to strangers or local authorities.
  • Appears drugged, unhappy, or disconnected
  • Visible scars or bruises
  • Accompanied by a controlling person
  • Has few personal possessions


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Forced Migration Comic Book

Comic Forced Migration

Languages:

Ukrainian, English

Forced Migration:

Forced migration is the forcibly induced movement of people, for example, persons forced to flee to escape conflict, as in the situation of Ukraine. It can occur within a country and across international borders. Often when individuals and families are forced to move with little or no warning, there is an increased risk of exploitation during this vulnerable period. Traffickers are known to prey on those coming from a crisis situation, and may trick you into a dangerous situation, such as forced labor or sexual exploitation through deception, threats, or violence. Look out for possible indicators and don't be deceived by false promises.

Possible Indicators:

  • Offering shelter or employment without identifying who they are or providing details
  • Offering you free transportation or travel documents, without clearly identifying who they are
  • Taking (or offering to take) your documents for safekeeping
  • Trying to separate from your family and friends
  • Offering assistance, in exchange for favours
  • Treating you in an aggressive manner, physically or verbally
  • Threatening you with physical harm
  • Working for little or no pay (or withholding part of your salary)

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Forced Migration Comic Book

Comic Forced Migration

Languages:

English, Arabic, Farsi

Forced Migration:

Forced migration is the forcibly induced movement of people, for example, persons forced to flee to escape conflict or natural disasters. It can occur within a country and across international borders. Often when individuals and families are forced to move with little or no warning, there is an increased risk of exploitation during this vulnerable period. This risk can be increased when families are forced out of their own homes and staying in temporary accommodation. Traffickers are known to prey on those coming from a crisis situation. Look out for possible indicators and don't be deceived by false promises.

Possible Indicators:

  • Offering shelter or employment without identifying who they are or providing details
  • Offering you free transportation or travel documents, without clearly identifying who they are
  • Taking (or offering to take) your documents for safekeeping
  • Trying to separate from your family and friends
  • Offering assistance, in exchange for favours
  • Treating you in an aggressive manner, physically or verbally
  • Threatening you with physical harm
  • Working for little or no pay (or withholding part of your salary)

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Human Trafficking E-Course
  

A global perspective of human trafficking and how you can be a part of the solution.

 
A one-hour course that will teach you what human trafficking looks like, how you can recognize and report it, and steps you can take to help protect others from online child exploitation.

 

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HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS PROGRAM

A program to teach you and others about human trafficking.

This interactive, three session program is designed for both small groups and large audiences and is written for anyone over the age of 13.
 

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Bodies are not Commodities
  

A High School Curriculum

 
This high school curriculum fully equips teachers to educate students on the reality of human trafficking. When students are educated, they are empowered.
 

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FACILITATOR TRAINING
  

Training resources include a train-the-trainer powerpoint and videos for the Primary Prevention Program, Bodies Are Not Commodities Curriculum, and Human Trafficking Awareness Program.
 

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