Youth, tweens, and teens are spotted, targeted, stalked and then lured into sex trafficking while living at home. The sex traffickers' recruitment methods are low key, practiced, smooth ... and successful. Learn what to watch for to protect those dear to you.
Join us September 25th for a full day conference with law enforcement, businesses, survivors, service providers and volunteers as we explore good practices and policy solutions in anti-human trafficking collaboration. Learn about effective partnerships and innovative programs aimed at eradicating modern-day slavery across the Bay Area. Share your experience and network with other professionals and volunteers fighting this heinous crime.
The coalition has scheduled an event at Marin Covenant Church auditorium to provide a forum for local human trafficking abolitionists and law enforcement experts. The event will include a screening of the documentary film, “I Am Jane Doe,” narrated by Oscar-nominated actress Jessica Chastain. The film chronicles the epic battle that several American mothers are waging on behalf of their underage daughters who were bought and sold for sexual purposes. The documentary, made to debunk the myth that this crime only happens in developing countries, raises funds to help victims of human trafficking.
Join the San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking for a full day conference with law enforcement, businesses, survivors, service providers and volunteers as we explore the impact of modern-day slavery on the industries. Learn about effective policies and innovative programs preventing the use of business venues and chains of supply for human trafficking. Exchange experience and network with other professionals and volunteers fighting this heinous crime and assisting the survivors.
Millions of people around the world are bought and sold, and the Bay Area is considered a hotspot for domestic and international human trafficking. What’s more, there is no evidence that this global issue is subsiding.
Join STOP THE TRAFFIK and partners to discuss how - together - we can stop it.
Featuring a keynote presentation from Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, the event will bring together representatives from justice and law enforcement, business, finance, technology, government, non-profits and beyond.
Marin County Board of Supervisors chambers located at the Marin County Civic Center, Third floor, San Rafael, CA
"Playing the Game" - A Teen's Perspective on Human Trafficking: Survival Tools Against Sex Traffickers and Internet Safety
The Marin County Office of Education, with Shared Hope International, are hosting a showing of the films Playing the Game, written and produced by students based on the life experience of Maya Babow. The short film Chosen, and a presentation on internet safety will be followed by a panel presentation including Maya Babow and Shared Hope International's Laurel Botsford. The films focus on the techniques human traffickers use to lure young people. Pizza will be served thanks to Elks Lodge #1108, San Rafael
Vital information for all TEENS of today. Join the Marin City Free Library and Shared Hope International once again for the third in a series of films and talks on recognizing the tricks of the trade in gangs and online exploiters. Chosen Gang, tells the story of one teen-age girl's experience and her restitution. Internet Safety has several clips with survivor stories and a dramatization of sexting turning into sextortion. The presentation and Q&A will be provided by local experts.
Join the Marin City Library and Shared Hope International for the second in a series of films and talks on human trafficking. In this week's film, several American mothers wage war on behalf of their middle-school daughters, victims of online sex trafficking.
Note new location: Point Reyes Conference Room, 20 North San Pedro Road San Rafael, CA, 94903 United States
Note new location: 20 North San Pedro Road, Point Reyes Conference Room, San Rafael CA
MCBA Luncheon: Human Trafficking in Marin: Modern-day slavery through sexual and economic exploitation
According to a 2016 Marin County Grand Jury Report, the occurrence of human trafficking in our county is mostly unrecognized, under-reported, and rarely subject to intervention.