Methods and Approaches to the Implementation of Anti-Human Trafficking Programmes

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Course Description

This course is a survivor-informed and evidence-based approach to providing practical methods, tools and resources to combat human trafficking. This course will provide an overview of literature around human trafficking and the commercial sexual exploitation of children and a mapping exercise practical in which participants identify issues and solutions in their own countries and communities. This is a taught course that includes the following topics:

 

  • Introduction to modern slavery

  • History of modern slavery

  • About, prevalence, and current issues in human trafficking

  • Human rights approaches to modern slavery

  • Models for demand and supply

  • Human trafficking and migration

  • Economics of trafficking

  • Social and cultural factors of modern slavery

  • Common debates in academia

  • The public health side of modern slavery

  • Measuring the issue and challenges in data collection

  • Risk factors

  • Screening and assessment

  • Legal interventions

  • Role of law enforcement

  • Rehabilitation and reintegration

  • Psycho-therapeutic interventions and therapies

  • Policy theory

  • Evaluating policy

Format

  • In-person at SJRC

  • Online

Deadlines

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.​

Structure

To earn a certificate in Methods and Approaches to the Implementation of Anti-Human Trafficking programmes from SJRC, students must complete a minimum of eight courses throughout the summer

and fall sessions in 2021. Classes marked with an asterisk* are required for this certificate. 

Summer Session 1
June 1st – July 16th

  • CS100 Identification and Intervention in the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children*

  • FC100 Fundamentals of Charitable Organisations

  • OC100 Core Principles of Orphan Care & Orphan Care Systems

Summer Session 2 
July 26th – September 3rd

  • CS200 Standard Operating Procedures for Shelters and Rehabilitation Programmes*

  • PC100 Core Principles of Community Strengthening

  • GM100 Introduction to Gospel Mission

Fall Session 1 
September 13th – October 22nd

  • CS300 Frameworks and Interventions for Trauma-Informed Care (must take CS100 or OC100 as a prerequisite)*

  • PC200 Community-Based Organisation

  • GM200 Innovations in Gospel Mission (must take GM100 as a prerequisite)

Fall Session 2 
November 1st – December 10th

  • CS400 Assault Crisis Training*

  • FC200 Programme Evaluation

  • OC200 Training Caregivers of At-Risk Children (must take OC100 or CS100 as a prerequisite)

Eligibility

Summer short course and fall semester students must be currently enrolled in or have completed courses at an accredited college, university, or other higher education institution in sociology, economics, anthropology, international development, or related field. Students who have completed first, second, third, and fourth year undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate programs may be accepted into both the summer short course and fall semester courses. 

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