Strategies to Strengthen Community Collaboration
Collaborating with Culturally Specific Organizations to End Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
This session identifies effective collaboration strategies that leverage culturally specific resources on behalf of survivors; explains the overlap between human trafficking, domestic violence, and sexual assault; explores ways to effectively engage the justice system and community stakeholders and sustain involvement; and considers examples of partnerships to build agency capacity and enhance victim identification.
This is one session of the five-part webinar series, “Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence, and Sexual Assault: Strategies to Strengthen Community Collaboration to Respond to Survivors’ Needs,” which offers strategies, practical tips, case studies, and resources to help domestic violence and sexual assault service providers improve outcomes for human trafficking survivors.
- Getting Out of the Box: The Key Ingredients to Cultivate Collaboration
- Balancing Collaboration, Confidentiality and Privilege on Human Trafficking Cases
- Collaborating with Culturally Specific Organizations to End Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
- Working Together Part I: Law Enforcement
- Working Together Part II: The Courts