Our mandate to prevent victimization from human trafficking is part of our increased focus on education. Through educating at-risk populations and broadly sharing the signs to watch for, people will learn who might be vulnerable and how to effectively intervene.
An extensive library of downloadable literature, videos and webinars as well as in-person workshops are available for free and a fee to teachers, parents, front-line responders and all Canadians ready to play a vital role in the prevention and intervention of human trafficking.
The National Human Trafficking Education Centre will encourage inter-agency collaboration across Canada and North America. Sharing resources and information will magnify our collective efforts to make a greater impact and achieve lasting – and widespread – change.
Throughout Canada many organizations and agencies are ready to provide help to survivors and their families. However, for many traumatized survivors finding the right support can be a daunting task. We are here to guide individuals and families as they navigate the larger systems and connect with the appropriate help as they find healing and justice.