At the SFCAHT's 2013 Human Trafficking Conference, the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women released an original video on the life of one San Francisco girl trafficked on streets throughout the Bay Area and Las Vegas. Click here to watch it now.
For more information about using this video in counseling, education and outreach efforts, please visit Child Sex Trafficking: A San Francisco Survivor's Story.
Annual Awareness Campaign Calendar of Events
Let us know by December 28, 2014 what events you are planning to host between January 12 and February 11 so we can include them in the Campaign's calendar. Here is the event information that we need you to email to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Modern Abolitionist Award Nominations
We look forward to receiving your nominations for Bay Area leaders combating human trafficking to receive the 2015 Modern Day Abolitionist Award!
The Modern Day Abolitionist Award is presented annually to individuals who are active in the fight to end modern day slavery through human trafficking prevention, prosecution and protection of victims, and have demonstrated a commitment to creating a local and global community that values human life and abhors practices that deny a person’s right to live a life free from violence, exploitation, or slavery.
Send your nominations by 5:00pm on December 30th to: Linda Janourova-Tang, SFCAHT Steering Committee Member
Click HERE to download the nomination form
SFCAHT Committee Recruitment
SFCAHT is recruiting members for the following committees:
develop and coordinate SFCAHT training activities utilizing the Collaborative's multi-agency resources. click
2015 Anti-Trafficking Awareness Campaign Committee
plan and coordinate SFCAHT Anti-Trafficking Awareness campaign taking place on January 11, 2015-February 11, 2015
review and update SFCAHT's bylaws, procedures, and resources
oversee the gathering and updating of SFCAHT's membership information
MISSSEY Training Institute
MISSEY (Motivating, Inspiring, Supporting, Serving Sexually Exploited Youth)
Date/Time: To be arranged at your site or event
Location: To be arranged at your site or event
Contact Person: Beth Quiriarte
Contact Information: 510-251-2070 or email@example.com
Description: MISSSEY’s Training Institute offers CSEC 101/awareness trainings and discipline-specific, in-depth trainings, for professionals who work with at-risk youth. These trainings are offered to social service providers, law enforcement personnel, child advocacy professionals, educators, and health care providers, by a cadre of skilled trainers that include MISSSEY’s staff and select professionals with substantial experience working with victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation (CSE). Any organization--government, non-government, community-based, educational--can request a training from MISSSEY. Fees are charged on a sliding scale.
Annual Awareness Campaign
"Exploring the Hidden Epidemic of Labor Trafficking"
December 3, 2014
Milton Marks Conference Center, California State Building
The Conference was a tremendous success!
State legislators, city officials, state and federal law enforcement, community advocates and victim service providers met for a full day to discuss local policies and practices to combat labor trafficking. The 100+ participants attended several panel presentations featuring stellar speakers, and worked in groups to develop recommendations for improved local policies and laws to combat labor trafficking.
For more information, see the materials from the conference below.
Click HERE to view the flyer
Click HERE to view the agenda
Click HERE for more photos
Videos of the Conference
(Credit: Margarita Nikolova)
Part 1 |Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4