Bringing together conceptual, practice, and advocacy knowledge, Ending Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery: Freedom's Journey by Annalisa Enrile explores the complexities of human trafficking and modern-day slavery through a global perspective. This comprehensive, multidisciplinary text includes a discussion of the root causes and structural issues that continue to plague society, as well as real-life case studies and vignettes, the words of human trafficking survivors, and insights from first responders and anti-trafficking advocates. Each chapter includes a “call to action” to inspire readers to implement a range of strategies designed to disrupt, eradicate, or mitigate human trafficking and modern-day slavery.
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About the Author
Annalisa Enrile, MSW, Ph.D. ,is one of the few Filipina Ph.D.s in social work, having chosen the field as a way to bring to light important social issues in the Filipino-American community, the fastest-growing Asian immigrant population in the United States. She frequently speaks out against sex trafficking, anti-militarization and exploitative migrant labor. A voice for equity, human rights, and global justice, Annalisa has been recognized as one of the 100 Most Influential Filipinas in the World (FWN Global 100) for her efforts to stop violence against women. She has worked with students, communities and academic partners to create social change and impact through innovation and collaboration.
Annalisa is a Clinical Associate Professor at the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work. She teaches human behavior, management, social innovation, social change, global violence against women, and international social work. Annalisa develops curriculum and creates unique learning experiences and opportunities for students at the undergraduate and MSW level. She leads one of the school’s original global immersion programs to the Philippines and Europe, in the areas of diversity, human rights, gender violence, trafficking, and change. Annalisa also coordinates the school’s Doctorate in Social Work (DSW) Residency program. Annalisa is active in community organizations, including serving on several anti-trafficking task forces, and is on the board of the Mariposa Center for Change, an organization that serves women and children of color. She consults with organizations such as the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST), Covenant House, Inc., YWCA Greater Los Angeles, and Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA). She practices international social work, having been an activist and advocate for vulnerable populations around the world since 1993. Annalisa would like to personally thank her family for all of their support and her kasamas who taught her what it means to fight for women’s genuine liberation, modeled how to stand in your truth, and remind her every day just what is at stake if we do not struggle.
Table of ContentsAbout the AuthorAbout the ContributorsAcknowledgmentsPrefacePART 1 HISTORICAL CONTEXTS, DEFINITIONS, AND ROOT CAUSES OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND MODERN-DAY SLAVERY1 Introduction and History of Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery Chapter Objectives History of Slavery Defining Trafficking Sex Trafficking Understanding Sex Work Labor Trafficking Conceptual Approaches to Human Trafficking Scope of the Issue Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report Alternatives to the TIP Report Call to Action: A Multitude of Lenses Discussion Questions Challenge2 The Law of Supply and Demand: The Business of Trafficking Chapter Objectives Demand Dynamics Supply Side Beyond Supply and Demand Call to Action: Changing the Business Model Discussion Questions Challenge3 Social Determinants of Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery Chapter Objectives Social Determinants Poverty Militarization World War II Sex Slaves (“Comfort Women”) Case Vignette: Chien Corruption Female Gender Race and Ethnicity Culture Caste and Class Call to Action: Ending Trafficking by Targeting Social Determinants Discussion Questions ChallengePART 2 CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS4 Trauma-Informed Care Chapter Objectives Introduction Defining Trauma Complex Trauma Neurobiology and Trauma Impact of Trauma-Informed Care Trauma-Informed Care and Trafficking Principles to Guide Practice Implementing Trauma-Informed Care Trauma-Informed Practice Example: Seeking Safety Meditation and Mindfulness Complex Case Call to Action: Strengths-Based and Trauma-Informed Discussion Questions Challenge5 Case Management Chapter Objectives Introduction Defining Case Management Implementing Case Management Resources for Case Managers Effective Approaches Challenges Complex Case Call to Action: Coordination, Communication, Case Management Discussion Questions Challenge6 Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Chapter Objectives Defining Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Implementing Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy PTSD: Common Diagnosis with Victims of Trafficking Current Issues with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Complex Case Call to Action: Reframe and Rethink Discussion Questions Challenge7 Survivor Advocate Model Chapter Objectives Introduction Pimp Appropriation Survivor Advocate Model Examples of Survivor Advocate Models 12 Beliefs Challenges Complex Case Call to Action: No Justice, No Peace Discussion Questions Challenge8 Interventions for Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC) Chapter Objectives Introduction Overview of CSEC The Language of CSEC Screening for CSEC Widely Used CSEC Interventions Global Child Trafficking Case Vignette: Amber Call to Action: One Child Is One Child Too Many Discussion Questions ChallengePART 3 POLICY INTERVENTIONS9 Landmark Policies in Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery Chapter Objectives Introduction The United Nations Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime: The Palermo Protocols United States: Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 Highlight: Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) Additional Legislation Safe Harbor Laws Anti-trafficking Laws: A Global View Organizational Highlight: Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST) Case Vignette: Cristela Call to Action: Create and Enforce Anti-trafficking Policy Worldwide Discussion Questions Challenge10 Supply Chain Transparency Chapter Objectives Introduction: Labor Trafficking Overview The Ghost Fleet Understanding the Supply Chain Laws Around Supply Chain Transparency Case Study: Brazil, a National Pact for the Eradication of Slave Labor The Road to Transparency Highlight: H2B Visas and Migration California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (CA–TISC) Highlight: Alliance to Stop Slavery and End Trafficking (ASSET) Modern Slavery Act–UK Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) (Executive Order 13,627) and the Trade Facilitation Enforcement Act of 2015 (H.R. 644) Challenges Best Practices Case Vignette: Edward Call to Action: Transparency to Freedom Discussion Questions ChallengePART 4 ADVOCACY, ACTIVISM, AND INNOVATIONS11 Grassroots’ Advocacy and Activism Chapter Objectives Introduction (Human) Rights-Based Approach Advocacy and Activism Highlight: UN Women Feminist Movement Building Highlight: Coalition Against Trafficking Women Grassroots Initiatives Forging Institutional Partnerships Developing Public and Institutional Support Through Research and Advocacy Overall Insights: From the Local to the Global Perspective Challenges Call to Action: Advocacy and Activism to End Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery Discussion Questions Challenge12 Faith-Based Organizations Chapter Objectives Introduction Faith-Based Services Faith-Based Abolitionist Movements Highlight: Hookers for Jesus (Domestic Organizational Highlight) Faith-Based Services, Programs, and Projects Highlight: Wellspring International Challenges Case Vignette: Fellowship Monrovia Call to Action: Be the Light Discussion Questions Challenge13 Prevention Chapter Objectives Introduction Ecosystems Lens Addressing Root Causes Examples of Best Practices Adequate Training Corporate Social Responsibility and Supply Chain Management Challenges Call to Action: Address “Complete Range of Vulnerabilities” for Effective Prevention Discussion Questions Challenge14 Social Innovations in Human Trafficking: Solutions to a Wicked Problem Chapter Objectives Introduction Wicked Problems Growing Innovation in the Anti-trafficking Movement Best Practices in Social Innovation Highlight: LaborVoices Highlight: Traffickcam Challenges Case Vignette: The Mariposa Center Call to Action: Impact and Disruption as The Road to Ending Trafficking Guiding Questions for Social Labs Challenge15 Ending Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery Chapter Objectives What We Have Learned So Far Evolving Trends Changing Role of Survivor Advocates and/or Activists Case Vignette: Women’s Rights Defenders Call to Action: End Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery Now! Survivor Statements: In Our Own Words . . . Discussion Questions ChallengeGlossaryReferencesIndex