Human Trafficking Prevention Toolkit

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Human trafficking prevention has often been framed primarily as a criminal justice priority or been siloed from other forms of violence prevention. This toolkit from the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA) highlights the value of a public health approach to violence prevention that incorporates a social justice lens. The toolkit offers strategies for reframing human trafficking prevention efforts to be truly equitable and trauma-informed.

In this toolkit, you'll find an overview of what human trafficking is and the public health approach to violence prevention. The toolkit offers an exploration of the historical context that informs NCCASA’s current frameworks and gaps, tips for effective upstream prevention, and strategies for incorporating a harm reduction lens into your human trafficking prevention work. Also included are critical considerations in selecting a prevention strategy.

Access the toolkit, as well as additional information about North Carolina's work to end human trafficking, from NCCASA's website.

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