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Exploring the Intersections between Human Trafficking and Missing or Murdered Indigenous People

september, 2022

08sep1:00 pm2:15 pmExploring the Intersections between Human Trafficking and Missing or Murdered Indigenous People1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

Event Details

Register for a live, no cost Talking Circle webinar on Thursday, September 8. Human trafficking harms the body and spirit. Learn about the connection between human trafficking and Missing or Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP). Both human trafficking and MMIP victims may have been exposed to domestic and sexual violence, adverse childhood experiences, substance use, poverty, and homelessness. While human trafficking can happen to anyone anywhere, traffickers often exploit these vulnerabilities. Join American Indian and Alaska Native panelists as they offer insight and answer participant questions on the possible intersection between MMIP and human trafficking, provide resources for addressing the MMIP crisis, and share actionable steps for involving the community. This no-cost webinar is sponsored by the Office for Victims of Crime, Human Trafficking Capacity Building Center. A coaching and development hub, the Center assists tribes, territories, and organizations with: (1) building their capacity to aid victims of all forms of human trafficking, (2) navigating the broad range of resources available to support their missions, and (3) strengthening human trafficking service networks. For more information or to schedule an informational session with Center staff, email Contact@ovc-htcbc.org or call 1-844-682-0411.



(Thursday) 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm