18 Jul The Intersection of Sex Work & Human Trafficking: Services for People in the Sex Trades
The second training in the Sex Work and Human Trafficking series!
From 3:00 PM until 4:30 PM ET
At Virtual Event
Presented by the Freedom Network Training Institute / [email protected]
Registration is now open for the second training as part of the Sex Work and Human Trafficking series presented by Freedom Network Training Institute! This training will build upon the foundation provided in the introductory training.
During this session, attendees will learn the following:
- Practical ways that service providers can support access to safety and resources for people in the sex trade.
- Thoughtful application of trauma-informed and person-centered services for people in the sex trade.
*If you wish to access the recording of the introductory training for a small fee, please email [email protected].*
About the Speakers
Chris Victoria (they/them) is a Black Non-Binary activist with a passion for Black and Indigenous liberation. Radicalization through lived experience at the intersection of survival sex work, medical racism, and systemic oppression has fueled their passion for increased access to radical education and decriminalization of working-class BIPOC LGBTQ+ communities. Their experience ranges from work in traditional non-profit spaces to grassroots organizing and large-scale mobilization of impacted populations.
Mariah Grant (she/her) is a human rights and migration specialist with a focus on migrant and sex workers’ rights, freedom of movement, and labor exploitation. She is currently the Research and Advocacy Director at the Sex Workers Project of the Urban Justice Center where she oversees SWP policy advocacy and the development of original research. Prior to joining SWP, Mariah was a Senior Training and Technical Assistance Specialist for ICF International.