77: Frontline Summit 2013 [PODCAST]

On November 7-8, 2013, GCWJ hosted a special two-day event called the Frontline Summit: Where is the Frontline in the War Against Child Exploitation? The Summit partnered with Orange County Juvenile Courts and Orange County Department of Education in order to bring together more than 100 professionals working on the frontlines – educators, probation officers, law enforcement, probation department, etc. During the two-day event, participants worked through three main questions in order to identify gaps in identifying and serving exploited children. Tune in for this episode of the Ending Human Trafficking podcast with GCWJ Director Sandra Morgan and Board Member Dave Stachowiak to hear about the key ideas, gaps, and needs in order to better serve child victims of commercial sexual exploitation from the Frontline Summit!

 

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Special thank you to Orange County Juvenile Courts, Orange County Department of Education, and the many student researchers who assisted with the Summit!

Resources:

 Frontline Summit Final Report

EHT Podcast 16: Laura Lederer Gangs & Human Trafficking

EHT Podcast 46: Knowledge of Harms: Demand Reduction

 

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  1. Debbie Bixler
    Debbie Bixler says:

    Happy 3rd birthday! I’ve listened to all your episodes. I feel as if Sandy is my mentor in the area of TIP. It is a joy to pass on the knowledge I receive from these podcasts. I probably promote the Ending Human Trafficking podcast twice a week to someone in my life. I have even made business size cards to pass out to people so they have the information available and have no excuse for not connecting with you. I pray blessings for further impact in this crucial area. ~DebB

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  2. Global Center for Women and Justice
    Global Center for Women and Justice says:

    Thank you, Debbie, for your support! We love that you are learning from the podcast and share with others who can utilize the information, too. We appreciate having you as a listener and look forward to hearing more from you in the future!

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