Commercially Sexually Exploited Youth & Children: Foundations

Registration for this webinar is closed due to reaching capacity.  However, the webinar will be archived on our website for future access.  Please visit https://cirinc.org/catta/archive.html 

Date: September 3, 2019

Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am

The CATTA Project is hosting a webinar titled Commercially Sexually Exploited Youth & Children: Foundations presented by Andrea Diaz of MISSSEY, Inc. on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 from 10am-11am PST.

The objectives of the workshop are to engage & educate community members about the commercial exploitation of youth.  The workshop will provide an overview of the scope of the issue as well as a deep dive into exploiter types and tactics.  Participants will come away with an increased understanding of what youth are experiencing, pathways to entry, and best practices on how to engage with youth.


As the Training and Prevention Manager at MISSSEY, Inc., Andrea Diaz advocates and supports youth through education. She loves being in the community and working towards creating safer spaces for youth to navigate by offering outreach, information, and collaboration. Andrea is a certified domestic violence counselor and has served as a case manager, SFPD liaison, and education manager in that field. She is passionate about working with women and youth and learning how to best build support for and around them.

Learning objectives:

    •    Describe vulnerabilities and risk factors 
    •    Inspire leaders who engage and influence important and necessary community change efforts and conversations
    •    Strengthen knowledge of exploiter & recruiter types to better understand pathways to exploitation

To register click here. 

If you have any questions or comments please contact Kelly Flugum at (707) 707-992-0834 or email Kelly.Flugum@cirinc.org

 

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