89: Community Engagement Part 1 [PODCAST]

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In this episode of the Ending Human Trafficking Podcast, GCWJ Director Dr. Sandra Morgan, and Board Member Dave Stachowiak discuss an important part of the mission of GCWJ – Study the Issues. When discussion what your role is in the fight to end human trafficking, it is important to be prepared and understand the issue in a way that creates level ground for all participating, or in other words, language matters. It is important to understand what our government laws say and use the same types of terminology in order to support best practice models. This episode is full of resources and tools to help you speak the common language and work towards the prevention of human trafficking.

 

Resources:

Actions, Means, and Purpose chart by Polaris- The AMP Model

Blue campaign – Awareness Training 

Health and Human Services – Toolkits & Order Posters and Materials for Free!  

FAAST Resource – training materials for aftercare, outreach opps – http://www.faastinternational.org/#/toolkits

US State Department Federal Strategic Action Plan on Services for Victims of Human Trafficking 

 

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Women in Leadership Series: Lisa Hughes

Join us on Monday, November 17 for the Women in Leadership Series with our special guest Lisa Hughes. Lisa is a founding partner at the helm of the Hughes & Hughes family law practice. As both an attorney and a certified public accountant for nearly 30 years, Mrs. Hughes excels in all areas of family law and is well-versed in the complex legal and financial issues facing today’s families. As a trial lawyer, she has few equals in addressing financial issues.

Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from a leader in the field of law in Orange County. Chapel Credit is offered for students in attendance.

Women in Leadership Series: Lisa Hughes
Monday, November 17
6:30 pm
Great Commission Hall
Heath Academic Center

 

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88: A Keynote Address with Jody Hassett Sanchez [PODCAST]

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On Saturday, September 13, 2014, the Global Center for Women and Justice hosted the annual More Priceless Than Diamonds Luncheon. Jody Hassett Sanchez provided her keynote address to our attendees, sharing about her work on a special documentary titled SOLD: Fighting the New Global Slave Trade. Jody is an acclaimed news and documentary producer, with over 17 years of experience in network television, most recently at ABC. She has covered religion, culture, and education for ABC’s World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, and filed stories for Nightline. Prior to joining ABC News, Hassett Sanchez traveled the globe with CNN for almost twelve years as the State Department producer.

 

Resources:

SOLD the film

 

Human Trafficking Resources

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Study Abroad 2015: Argentina

Join the Global Center for Women and Justice for a special Summer Study Abroad session in Cordoba, Argentina.

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Course: WMST 370: Human Trafficking Country Study: Argentina
Prerequisite: WMST 345: Human Trafficking (taught Spring 2014)

Who: Dr. Sandra Morgan, GCWJ team, and up to 10 students

What: Train and equip leaders in Cordoba, Argentina on the issue of human trafficking through a special edition of the Ensure Justice Conference! GCWJ friend and international leader Ernie Allen will be speaking at the conference, and students will have the opportunity to share Live2Free curriculum. Students will have pre- and post-trip reading and assignments, and will contribute to a large paper that will assist in understanding what human trafficking looks like in Argentina.

When: Travel will be July 1-14 from Los Angeles International Airport to Cordoba, Argentina. Exact itinerary will be provided as we finalize trip details.

Where: Main activity will be in Cordoba, Argentina

How: Apply online today to get the process started!  – DEADLINE for application = December 1, 2014

Tuition Assistance Scholarships will be available!

Questions? Email Alexis – alexis.miller@vanguard.edu or 714.966.6360

 

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WRAP Week Toolkit

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October 26 – November 2 is White Ribbon Against Pornography Week.

WRAP Week is intended to educate the public about the extent of our society’s pornography problem. WRAP also creates a unique opportunity to raise the issue of pornography within the Church and to call Christians to renewed lives of sexual purity and freedom.

 

Here are a few tools to help you learn more:

#1 – Listen to Podcast 67: White Ribbon Against Pornography Week

#2 – Listen to Podcast 38: Prevention Strategies Focused on Needs in order to understand the power and control dynamics associated with pimp culture

#3 – Share this WRAP Week Flyer with people in your network!

 

What other resources do you think are helpful when discussing the harms of pornography? Share with us in the comments below!

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87: Law Enforcement – Building Trust with Community Partners [PODCAST]

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What can a regular person do to help victims of human trafficking? Everyone has a role and can get involved, but it is important to understand what you have to offer and how your skills, talents, and knowledge can be utilized to serve trafficking survivors. GCWJ’s Dr. Sandra Morgan and Board Member Dave Stachowiak interview “Jane,” a law enforcement officer working to combat human trafficking. Jane’s unique perspective provides insight for listeners on what you can do to support the efforts of law enforcement and not hinder any investigations. What is happening in your community? The more you know, the easier it is for you to get connected and use your talents! Tune into this episode to hear Jane’s do & don’t lists for listeners like YOU to help end human trafficking.

Resources:

Human Trafficking Resources

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2014

 

 

 

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Continuing the legacy of our friend Dr. Elizabeth Leonard, join the Global Center for Women and Justice and Residence Life to discuss and seek to end domestic violence.

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Monday, October 6

10:00 a.m.  |  Heath 109

Rhonda Sciortino

Too Broken to Be Fixed?

Chapel Credit offered

 

Monday, October 20

10:00 a.m.  |  Heath 109

Rev. Al Miles

Dating Violence

Chapel Credit offered

 

Monday, October 20

9:00 p.m.  |  Location TBD

How to Date Like a Boss – a conversation with Al Miles

Special event for Huntington Hall men

Questions? Contact Josh Houston – joshua.houston@vanguard.edu

 

Tuesday, October 21

9:30 a.m.  |  NMC

Rev. Al Miles

Vanguard Chapel

Chapel Credit offered

 

October 27 – 31

White Ribbon Against Pornography Week

 

All events are free to attend. Questions? Contact us: gcwj@vanguard.edu or x6360

Prayer for Freedom event – January 10

Join the Global Center for Women and Justice in partnership with the Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking for Prayer for Freedom event!

Prayer for Freedom
Saturday, January 10

3:00 pm
Newport Mesa Church
Vanguard University Campus
55 Fair Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 92626 

Vanguard University will be hosting the live event that will be simulcast across the country! Click the image below to learn more, and

RSVP by joining the Facebook Event

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86: Community Engagement – Volunteers Matter [PODCAST]

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In this episode of the Ending Human Trafficking Podcast, Dr. Sandra Morgan and GCWJ Board Member Dave Stachowiak interview World of Vision Advocacy Chair Bobbi Dauderman. Bobbi has volunteered at Shalimar Learning Center in Costa Mesa, CA, joined with World Vision in Washington, DC to advocate for human trafficking legislation, travelled globally to work on human rights issues, and locally, she is a member of the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force. Bobbi believes that everyone can do something right where they are to make a difference in the fight against human trafficking. This episode will inspire you to take a step today to be a voice in your community and around the world!

 

Resources:

Shalimar Learning Center – THINK Together Community Site

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Facebook – VUGCWJ or Global Center for Women and Justice

Twitter – VUGCWJ

 

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85: Prevention that Empowers – A Biblical Best Practice Model [PODCAST]

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In Episode 85, Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak discuss one of the oldest prevention stories available to us – 2 Kings 4:1-7 (NLT). In this story, a mother of two young boys works to prevent her boys from being taken as slaves. The woman asks for help and begins taking steps to ensure her boys stay in her care. With the help of community involvement, the mother gains a sense of dignity and a way to provide for her children. Sandra and Dave discuss the importance of looking not only at the faces of those being trafficked but of those who are responsible for providing and protecting these children. Prevention strategies begin when we empower the mothers of children at risk. They look at the power of starting with just a few small steps that fit the community and culture and how it can cultivate sustainable prevention strategies. This podcast poses significant questions such as:

Where is the front line to end human trafficking?

How can you prevent trafficking in your community?

Empowerment and prevention come hand in hand, how does that effect the way you strategize in the fight to end trafficking?

 

Resources:

2 Kings 4:1-7 (NLT) – Bible Gateway

Ensure Justice Conference 2015

 

Facebook – VUGCWJ or Global Center for Women and Justice

Twitter – VUGCWJ

More Priceless Than Diamonds Luncheon

 

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