Communities Taking Action: A Toolkit to Address Human Trafficking

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Source: 
B.C. Office to Combat Trafficking in Persons (OCTIP)
Date: 
2015
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
The goal of this Toolkit is to support communities to take action at the local level to raise awareness and prevent human trafficking. This toolkit is for communities to use to take action to combat human trafficking at the local level. The information is provided in clear language so any community member can use it to begin to address this issue. For example, the Toolkit could be used by anyone who wants to take action in their community, including concerned citizens, NGOs, social service providers, health care professionals, law enforcement, municipal government representatives, schools, First Nations bands and councils, and members of the general public. It provides practical information and specific examples of how B.C. communities are addressing this issue, including community action stories.
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