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Learn more about human trafficking

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What is human trafficking? 

This one page document explains culturally responsive practices and shares the focus of the Culturally Responsive Practices Program. Read more about these practices and how we can make schools a place students want to be. 

Who is Affected? 

This one page document explains many of the elements of culture. 

We are a group of inquisitive minds that make sense of the relationships that exist between people and the culture they share.

In doing so, we unlock opportunities for growth with inspiring strategies that engage students and create cultural meaning. 


Human Trafficking

According to the International Labor Organization, human trafficking, which includes commercialized sexual exploitation, forced labor, and domestic servitude, denies freedom to some 20 million people around the world. Fifty-five percent are women and girls. Twenty-six percent are children. The Polaris Project, a nongovernmental organization that works to combat modern-day slavery and human trafficking, estimates that the total number of human trafficking victims in the U.S. alone reaches into the hundreds of thousands.


Human Trafficking

The latest global estimate according to the International Labor Organization (the United Nations agency that deals with global labor issues), calculates that nearly 21 million people are victims of human trafficking worldwide. Roughly 4.5 million of those victims are trafficked for the purpose of sexual exploitation.
























































CSEC in the United States

Mission 

Our mission at Day One is to reduce the prevalence of sexual abuse and violence as well as to support and advocate for those affected by it.

Vision

Day One's vision is to create a community that is free of sexual abuse and violence. We do this through leadership and action that is responsive to the needs of the community.


Social Justice Standards

Practicing cultural responsiveness is: 1) the ongoing process of learning how the values, beliefs, attitudes and traditions that grow from racial, ethnic, linguistic, religious, sexual orientation, gender identity, socio-economic status, disability status, or other affiliate groups contribute to our own and other people’s culture; 2) learning about personal circumstances, conditions, and experiences that influence our own and other people’s thinking, behaviors, and roles in their communities; 3) being mindful of the power and privilege differences and similarities between individuals and among groups of people; and 4) using this knowledge to work effectively with all people.














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PROTECT

PROTECT (Prevention Organized to Educate Children on Trafficking)
is a scalable human trafficking prevention education program that teaches students and teachers the signs and tactics of traffickers so they can better protect themselves and others from victimization. PROTECT provides educators with online trainings, downloadable elementary, middle, and high school curricula, and vetted resources to deliver prevention education directly to their students while also trains teachers how to identify when a child is at-risk or being trafficked to connect them to the resources they need.
    



kNOw more

kNOw more is a student centered human trafficking awareness and prevention curriculum for middle school and high school children from diverse communities in San Diego. It provides an interactive multimedia training for students and their families. Through roleplay, discussion and information, participants develop techniques to recognize the red flags and vulnerabilities around trafficking. ​​
    



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Project Concern International-Project Roots

   
Project Roots is an after-school intervention that aims to build the resilience of vulnerable children aged 8 – 12 through the provision of group mentoring and coping skills within a safe and trusted environment. Open discussions on real life threats and challenges, peer-to-peer exchanges, and social emotional learning contribute to the participants’ empowerment and ability to make positive life choices.
    



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National Human Trafficking Hotline

The National Human Trafficking Hotline is a national anti-trafficking hotline serving victims and survivors of human trafficking and the anti-trafficking community in the United States. The toll-free hotline is available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year in more than 200 languages.
The National Hotline can also be accessed by emailing [email protected], submitting a tip through the online tip reporting form, and visiting the web portal at www.humantraffickinghotline.org.





Global Youth Leadership (PCI)

PCI is pleased to offer a semester-long educational program focused on global leadership skills through a multi-faceted curriculum and an opportunity for service learning at a global organization. Open to high school students across San Diego County, this innovative program provides teens with the opportunity to develop concrete leadership skills and apply them in their academic career, life goals and/or the planning and execution of PCI’s 2018 Walk for Water. Each student will also have the opportunity to participate in up to 45 hours of community service, making them eligible for a Presidential Service Award.
 

PCI Events

Project Concern International (PCI) is a global development organization that drives innovation from the ground up to enhance health, end hunger and overcome hardship—resulting in meaningful and measurable change in people’s lives.

Guided by the core values of integrity, accountability, respect and creativity, PCI envisions a world in which the most vulnerable people will have the power to lift themselves out of poverty and to create vital, healthy lives for their families and communities now and for the future.