Creeps can seem nice at first: 5 Tips for Internet Safety During COVID-19
These days, everyone’s taking serious steps to stay safe from COVID-19. We’re stuck at home and spending a lot more time online. Just like in real life, there’s good stuff and bad stuff that can happen to you on the Internet. And just like with COVID-19, you can take steps to protect yourself.
Supporting children during the pandemic; prevention training with refugee perspectives; our latest Impact Report, and more recent news from Love146.
February 2020 Updates
Check out the latest news from Love146: The impact of the Taal Volcano; “Not a Number” makes news in Minnesota; a forum on race & trafficking; our new job training initiative, and more!
“Why Prevention Education”
When the McCain Institute and the Administration for Children and Families asked our President & Co-founder Rob Morris to give the keynote speech on “Why Prevention Education” the September, 2019 National Roundtable on Safeguarding Children and Prevention Education, he thought it might be the shortest speech ever. He boiled it down to: “Because Prevention Education will create a safer world for children.” Simple, right? But getting there is the hard part.
August 2019 Updates
Meet our new US executive director… What’s a “Not a Red Gala” anyway?… Our “My Body is Mine” flipchart debuts in Sierra Leone… Our Philippines Survivor Care team led a training for families about earthquake preparedness… Making recommendations to states through the National Advisory Committee on the Sex Trafficking of Youth in the United States… Our latest Impact Report… and our social media takeover by Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Ian Urbina.
Demanding Justice for Jeffrey Epstein’s Victims
When federal agents kicked in the door of Jeffrey Epstein’s 21,000 square-foot New York City mansion it was a big first step for justice for Epstein’s victims.
Addressing race and human trafficking, prevention work in California and Africa, our Facebook petition, and other news and insights from the field.
“I hope he rots in jail … He will never do to other children what he did to us.”
Perpetrators we all read about in the headlines have hurt children now in our care. When I read these headlines, I always ask myself, “Where are the children?” One of those children is Maya, who is quoted above about a man in one of those headlines. When we say “survivor” we mean a lot of things. But one of the things we mean is that some don’t make it out alive. Maya made it out alive.
Language & Media Guide
Helpful tips on how to communicate in a way that assists survivors of child trafficking and the abolition movement.
Bringing Prevention to Youth in Detention
Our Prevention team visited a juvenile detention center to speak with young people about human trafficking. What happened gave us hope.