The Salvation Army BC Anti-Human Trafficking Programs Manager is available to provide presentations and training for conferences, courses, groups, and community functions throughout BC and Canada. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Free Online Training
Free Online Training
The BC Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General Office to Combat Trafficking in Persons offers a free, comprehensive online training for service providers, which Deborah’s Gate is proud to support and contribute to. Click here for more information.
MCIS Language Services in Ontario offers a free, online training for service providers, found here.
Fraser Health Authority offers Help Don’t Hinder, a free, online training for emergent health care providers across Canada, found here.
Children of the Street Society offers an excellent, free, downloadable toolkit for parents of youth who have experienced sexual exploitation & human trafficking, found here.
The Native Women’s Association of Canada has published a handbook on sexual exploitation and trafficking for Indigenous women and girls, found here.
MOSAIC and Ending Violence Association of BC, have compiled an excellent Risk Assessment Framework and additional materials for identifying forced marriage, and it’s relation to human trafficking, found here.
The BC Ministry of Health, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Branch has developed a Trauma Informed Practice Guide that gives excellent information on how to best support survivors as service agencies, found here.
Children of the Street Society has developed a comprehensive service provider toolkit to supporting sexually exploited youth, with a special focus on the Criminal Justice System in Canada, found here.
The Montreal Urban Aboriginal Community Strategy has produced an important guide to support & develop allyship of Indigenous populations, found here.
Videos & Survivor Voices
Children of the Street Society offers free, online videos for parents to raise awareness and prevent the sexual exploitation of children and youth, found here.
West Coast Domestic Workers Association of BC has developed a public service announcement highlighting labour trafficking in Canada, found here.
ACT Alberta, in partnership with survivors of human trafficking, created this helpful guide on the impacts survivors face, found here.
West Coast Domestic Workers, in partnership with The Salvation Army and other programs across Canada, have produced a documentary on labour trafficking in Canada, found here