The latest episode of the Ending Human Trafficking podcast features GCWJ Director Sandra Morgan and Board Member Dave Stachowiak speaking with the Director of Anti-Trafficking for World Hope International, Lisa Thompson. Lisa has a worked in the anti-trafficking movement for many years, including 12 years with The Salvation Army. She transitioned in September 2013 to […]
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Multi-Disciplinary Track aims to support children at high-risk of exploitation. Stemming from our special Frontline Summit event in November 2013, we are offering a special pre-conference track for our friends from the Frontline Summit and their colleagues working in education, law enforcement, probation, social work, and other professional fields as they work to support children […]
The Global Center for Women and Justice was a finalist in the Education category for COAST Magazine’s Coast Community Awards! On Monday, February 3, Director Sandra Morgan attended the award ceremony at AnQi Bistro at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, CA. One of four finalists, GCWJ sat along side The Dodge School of Film […]
This episode of the Ending Human Trafficking podcast features GCWJ Director Sandra Morgan and Board Member Dave Stachowiak discussing the US Government’s five year strategic action plan on services for human trafficking survivors. Sandie and Dave discuss the overarching themes of Coordination, Collaboration, and Capacity. The strategic report includes ideas about what terms to use […]
This episode of the Ending Human Trafficking podcast features Ensure Justice 2014 Speaker Shyima Hall, Survivor Advocate. Shyima was born in Egypt to a very poor family. She was sent to work for a family in Cairo, who later moved to the US, taking 8-year-old Shyima with them to continue her service as a domestic […]
Episode 72 of the Ending Human Trafficking Podcast is the continuing installment of episode 71: A Dozen Myths About Human Trafficking. The Polaris Project compiled a list of myths and misconceptions many believe about human trafficking and GCWJ Director Sandie Morgan and Westminster Police Department’s Deputy Chief Derek Marsh discuss these myths and misconceptions from Polaris […]
The Polaris Project compiled a list of myths and misconceptions many believe about human trafficking, particularly what is human trafficking, who are the victims, and how victims are identified. GCWJ Director Sandie Morgan and Westminster Police Department’s Deputy Chief Derek Marsh discuss these myths and misconceptions of human trafficking. Deputy Chief Marsh worked on Orange […]
I want to give a big shout out to The Rick Amato Show for inviting me to be a guest as they introduced the topic of human trafficking. The stories of children who have been trafficked for sexual exploitation are especially heart wrenching. It raises questions about who the victims are, who is selling them, […]
The travel industry has a unique spot in the fight against human trafficking. Many individuals are trafficked across both local and international boundaries, and those who work in the airline, bus, and hotel industries are likely to come in contact with someone being trafficked. GCWJ Director Sandie Morgan and Board Member Dave Stachowiak discuss the different […]