Schedule a Presentation
Education and Awareness is key to helping prevent and end human trafficking! If you would like to schedule a presenter to come teach the basics of understanding human trafficking and how to prevent it, or create a customized presentation for your audience, please contact us at email@example.com to see if we have a presenter available in your area. Please include your name, contact information, and location.
We have prepared educational modules on a variety of topics related to human trafficking such as root causes, children, women, labor, pornography, migrants and refugees, sporting events, and organ removal among others. These 2-4 page modules are perfect for individuals or small groups who want to engage in deeper reflection on issues related to human trafficking. See the full list here: USCSAHT Modules.
Human trafficking is a crime that happens all over the world, in many different sectors of life. USCSAHT seeks to keep its members updated with the latest information about the reality of human trafficking by sharing the latest reports and statistics from government, private, and non-profit sources in the anti-trafficking field. Click here for a list we’ve compiled of reports from the past few years: Human Trafficking Reports.
There are many resources available for teaching about human trafficking in various settings and contexts. Our education working group has curated a list of various curriculum programs which can be found by clicking here: Human Trafficking Curriculum.
Another great way to learn more about human trafficking is through radio, podcasts, and videos. We have curated a list of recommended media resources related to human trafficking for your ongoing education: Human Trafficking Media Resources.
There are many organizations working to end the various forms of human trafficking. For additional information we have compiled a list of other recommended websites and resources which you can find here: Human Trafficking Website Resources.
“What Would You Do?” Human Trafficking in Video Contest
Calling all students! U.S. Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking are sponsoring a video contest for high school students across the U.S. to respond to “What Would You Do?” These videos will result in raising awareness, educating and empowering students on how to identify and prevent human trafficking. The video can be created by a group, individual, or class and must be under 3 minutes in length.
Cash prizes! First Prize:$1000 • Second Prize: $750 • Third Prize: $500.