Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention: Engaging and Empowering Youth and Families
Jan. 19, 2021
On Tuesday, January 19 at 7 p.m., the North Brunswick Public Library invites Teens/Young Adults (9th grade and up) and their parents/caregivers (General Public is also welcome) to join Diana Starace, Coordinator, RWJ Injury Prevention Program and Healthcare Committee Co-Chair of the NJ Coalition Against Human Trafficking, along with Danny Papa, NJ Coalition Against Human Trafficking President, for a virtual presentation “Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention: Engaging and Empowering Youth and Families.”
This virtual program is intended to empower adolescents, young adults, their parents/caregivers, and all adults with knowledge so they can understand how to protect themselves from being exploited by potential traffickers.
During this presentation, we will
- Define human trafficking
- Discuss the “Red Flags” of a human trafficking victim
- Present a process of reporting suspected human trafficking in their community
- Describe what can make adolescents vulnerable to exploitation by traffickers
- Explain the concepts of “resilience” and “protective factors”
Please register at: https://form.jotform.com/203425422659152
You will be sent the virtual program URL following registration.