Human Trafficking Is a Child Welfare Issue (Roundtable 2)
This session examines how human trafficking of minors can be addressed using mechanisms already in place for the identification and reporting of child abuse and neglect. Presenters discuss the cross-training of child welfare service providers and other social workers who have regular contact with children in community-based settings, as well as identify the vital role public and private child welfare agencies can play in raising public awareness, facilitating identification of victims, and promoting community collaborations to prevent the trafficking of minors.
Ilze Earner, PhD, LCSW
Hunter College School of Social Work
New York, NY
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