Human Trafficking & Refugees: Realities and Responses
This webinar is hosted by The Center for Child Welfare at University of South Florida
It is no secret that vulnerable populations are much more at risk of being trafficked than others. Two groups that fall into that category are refugees and unaccompanied minors. People who are forced to flee leave behind their homes, their community support networks, and often end up socially and culturally isolated. They may lack access to resources, livelihood opportunities, and even legal status. These and other factors contribute to making refugees and unaccompanied minors targets for traffickers. Please join us for a discussion about the intersection between refugees and unaccompanied minors and human trafficking.