Self-isolation is challenging for everyone and it can increase the risk of domestic sex trafficking for many. This training will address the added risk factors that are occurring during this pandemic, especially those that make a young person vulnerable during self-isolation.
This presentation will be co-facilitated by a human trafficking survivor who will be sharing her personal experience Designed for youth, but both youth and staff can participate in this webinar together.
- Enhance youth’s knowledge of domestic human trafficking
- Help youth recognize risk factors that could potentially make them vulnerable to domestic human trafficking.
- Help youth understand risk factors that are specific to the current pandemic.
- Improve understandings of consent and healthy relationships
NOTE: Another online training called ‘Trauma Informed Prevention and Intervention of Domestic Sex Trafficking During COVID-19’ has been developed specifically for staff and complements this training.
Course Format: Live Webinar (Zoom). Recording will not be available.
Member Fee: $67.80
Non-Member Fee: $67.80
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Course Dates & Location
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Live Webinar: Thursday, May 21, 2020, 2:00 – 4:00 pm EDT
Jasminder Sekhon and Samantha Banducci
Jasminder Sekhon, HBA, MSc.
Jasminder s a specialist in gendered violence and human trafficking prevention through an intersectional, sex-positive, and trauma-informed lens. She is the Human Trafficking Prevention Facilitator at Victim Services of Durham Region and a subject matter expert on Human Trafficking at Sault College. Jasminder has extensive experience leading and assisting research and policy analysis in Ontario. She is a graduate of the University of Oxford’s MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice and has an HBA in Political Science and Criminology from the University of Toronto.
Samantha is a mother, wife and a survivor of human trafficking. She has volunteered the past few years as a public speaker on the issue, talking with youth, parents, hotel staff and more. She is a Human Trafficking Prevention Advocate with Victim Services of Durham Region and is working towards her goal to become an officer in the Human Trafficking Unit.