Communicating evidence-based knowledge and modeling the processes of ideation, innovation, and critical thinking within the anti-trafficking movement.
Sharing to Bridge the Diverse Layers of the Movement
Knowledge and evidence have little value if they remain locked in journals and libraries inaccessible to organizations and practitioners fighting human trafficking.
Ideation, innovation, and critical thinking have little instructional value when they occur in a void.
Open sharing of research, discussions about its implications and applications, and modeling of strategic thinking are essential to re-imagining the anti-trafficking movement, engaging organizations, coalitions, and policy makers in a process of continual evaluation and program improvement, and inspiring commitment to accountability in preparation for the next decade and beyond.
Because professional, engaging communication is essential to the success of the anti-trafficking movement, we:
- Creating and sharing ideas
- Multiple platforms
- Multi-media formats
- Accessible in regional languages
- Online classes
- Social Media
- Conference Speaking
- Feature Articles
- Op Eds
- Learning Communities
- Transformative, experiential education
- In-person and online
- Practitioner training and capacity building
- Academic courses
- Practicum/applied learning
- Bachelor’s degree programs
- Master’s degree programs
- Graduate certificates
Our Approach to Communication
We then work to develop innovative ways of communicating the complexity of human trafficking to expand the understanding of root causes and the need for empathy in addressing situations of vulnerability.
Engaging, professional multi-media communication pieces allow for the transfer of evidence-based knowledge to industry and organizational leaders, as well as to front-line workers.
Courses Coming Soon
Both online and in-person courses will be developed based on our learning.
These will be put together in the language of, and created specifically for, the audiences who can best use the information.