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donoharm12342Note: While Volume 2 webinar series of this webinar series is completed, recordings can be viewed on our Social Justice page.

The videos of our final installments will be available shortly. 

Frontline workers, survivors, and other experts share insight into the unintentional harms and impacts of some human trafficking practices and policies in this weekly webinar series from our Ministry for Social Justice, Peace, and Creation Care and the Collaborative Network to End Exploitation. 

The series begins Thursday, May 5 at 2 p.m. (EDT) and recurs on Thursday each week until June 9.


About Do No Harm

Human trafficking is an abhorrent crime that we have a collective duty to address. Doing so requires policy changes and investments in services and programs to support survivors and those who are targeted by traffickers. Too often, the policies and investments sought by anti-human trafficking groups end up harming those vulnerable and marginalized groups.

Do No Harm: Understanding Intersectional Experiences in Human Trafficking is the second part of webinar series focusing on anti-oppressive, trauma-informed anti-human trafficking practices. 

  • Webinar 1 (May 5): Unpacking Choice through Intersectional Lens
  • Webinar 2 (May 12): Do No Harm Approaches in Anti-Human Trafficking for Persons with Developmental Disabilities
  • Webinar 3 (May 19): Understanding Migrant Workers' Choices through Intersectional Lens
  • Webinar 4 (May 26): Sex Trafficking and Black Girls: An Intersectional Examination of Racial Disparities in Victimization and Identification
  • Webinar 5 (June 2): "It's Not Violence When the Police Do It": State-Sanctioned Violence Under the Guise of Anti-Trafficking ‘Rescue’
  • Webinar 6 (June 9): TBD



Please click here for full details and to sign up.

You can visit our Ministry for Social Justice, Peace, and Creation Care page to learn more about our work.

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