Do No Harm: A Fresh Perspective on Anti-Human Trafficking Work – Webinar 6 – Indigenous Voices: Perspective on Human Trafficking
27 April @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
About this Event
Human trafficking is an abhorrent crime that we have a collective duty to address. Doing so requires policy changes and investments in services and programs to support survivors and those who are targeted by traffickers. Too often, the policies and investments sought by anti-human trafficking groups end up harming those vulnerable and marginalized groups.
Do No Harm: A Fresh Perspective on Anti-Human Trafficking Work is a webinar series that brings forward voices of frontline workers, survivors, and other experts to help us uncover blind spots and tensions within the anti-human trafficking work. Through it, we will discover new practices that centre the voices and experiences of those most affected by this work.
Webinar 6 – Indigenous Voices: Perspective on Human Trafficking
Tuesday, April 27 – 2:00 PM to 3:00PM EST
Description: The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, highlighted the persistent and deliberate human and indigenous rights violations as the root causes of the rampant violence against indigenous women, girls, 2SLGBTQQIA people. Colonial and patriarchal policies that have displaced women from their traditional roles along with other government policies are living them vulnerable to violence, including exploitation.
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