This overview presentation is available to community, church, school and other adult groups who want to learn more about the problem of human trafficking and how to solve it. The program will answer some of the most common questions about human trafficking – what it looks like, how to recognize potential victims, who to contact if you are concerned about someone in your community, neighborhood, school, or family. If you would like to bring the Free NOLA Awareness event to your group, contact Diane Amos at (504) 621-5544 for more information.
Free NOLA Teams offer an overview presentation on human trafficking specifically designed to teach age appropriate material to 8th-11th grade students. The students will learn what trafficking looks like, what to do if they suspect that a friend is in trouble, how to keep themselves safe online, and the dangers of pornography and its relationship to trafficking. The objective of the program is to give young people the knowledge and skill sets needed to make good decisions, build confidence, and teach them about personal boundaries. When possible, Free NOLA teams can also work with parents to develop a family safety plan.
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