Initiating Support for Female Victims of Human Trafficking in Toronto: Findings & Recommendations

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Source: 
Springtide Resources
Date: 
2008
Category: 
Services
Origin: 
Canadian
Summary: 
Initiating Support for Female Victims of Trafficking in Toronto (ISVTT) was a 12-month project aimed at: *building supports for women who are survivors of human trafficking *providing information to front line service providers from various sectors about the issue *creating outreach materials informing survivors of the supports available. The final deliverable of the project was the creation of a report documenting findings and recommendations on how public-sector and voluntary-sector agencies can contribute to and collaborate on support to victims of TIP. The report identifies the learning experienced by the Project Coordinator and the Advisory Committee members, the barriers faced in the completion of the project and the rationale of the interventions recommended.