280 episodes

The Global Center for Women and Justice launched the Ending Human Trafficking podcast in April 2011 and it has passed the 160 podcast milestone as of January 2018. Our mantra is Study the Issues. Be a voice. Make a difference. We believe that if you do not study first, you may say or do the wrong thing. The National Family and Youth Services Clearinghouse promoted EHT as “a good way to get up to speed on human trafficking”. Our audience includes students, community leaders, and even government leaders. EHT listeners come from all corners of the world, which accomplishes our mission of building a global community that works together to end human exploitation.

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast Dr. Sandra Morgan

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The Global Center for Women and Justice launched the Ending Human Trafficking podcast in April 2011 and it has passed the 160 podcast milestone as of January 2018. Our mantra is Study the Issues. Be a voice. Make a difference. We believe that if you do not study first, you may say or do the wrong thing. The National Family and Youth Services Clearinghouse promoted EHT as “a good way to get up to speed on human trafficking”. Our audience includes students, community leaders, and even government leaders. EHT listeners come from all corners of the world, which accomplishes our mission of building a global community that works together to end human exploitation.

    World Day Against Trafficking in Persons | July 30, 2022

    World Day Against Trafficking in Persons | July 30, 2022

    World Day Against Trafficking in Persons is recognized to stress the harms of human trafficking women, men, and children around the world experience. Efforts to address these crimes are strengthened through survivor leadership, research and education, and building resilient communities.



    In the recent release of the 2022 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report from the U.S. Department of States Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, 21 countries were upgraded a tier because of their increasing work to address human trafficking in their countries--a victory worth celebrating this World Day Against Trafficking in Persons!



    This year, we are highlighting the supply and demand of the market that drives labor trafficking and how businesses and corporations can combat human trafficking by analyzing their supply chains, implementing ethical labor practices, and building sustainable avenues of income and resources for employees.

    Highlighted Episodes:



    280 – Shifting the Supply Chain Burden, with Justin Dillon

    269 – Empowering Businesses to Create a Slave Free World, with Matt Friedman

    267 – The Intersection of Business and Human Rights, with John Cotton Richmond

    266 – Rescuing Boys Labor Trafficked in the Fishing Industry, with Chris Field

    247 – Perspectives on Transformation in Labor Trafficking, with Ben Skinner

    244 - The Role of Customs and Border Protection in Disrupting Supply Chain

    209 - Who's Watching the Watchdog? Is Supply Chain Transparency Working?

    195 - The Sydney Framework: Supply Chains and Sustainable Development Goal 8.7

    162 - Starfish Business Model for Serving Survivors, with Jenny McGee

    17 - California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

    10 - How a Small Business Can Help End Human Trafficking



















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    Sandie [00:00:14] Greetings to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast community of listeners. It is World Day Against Trafficking in Persons and our podcast has listeners in 148 countries. This is an important day for us. It's just me, Sandie Morgan, today to let you know that I'm taking a few weeks off in August, so Dave and I will return to our regular schedule on August 29th.



    In the meantime, let's celebrate the United Nations annual observance by joining forces with our movement's global partners as we study the issues, be a voice, and make a difference in ending human trafficking. Our latest episode, Shifting the Supply Chain Burden, with Justin Dillon, took a deep dive on some of the legislation that has been passed most recently, especially the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act. It's a big step forward in our movement, but we've been looking at this issue for more than a decade on our podcast. So during this short break, we've put together a decade of ten episodes around the role of business in ending human trafficking. Just go to the website www.endinghumantrafficking.org and click on the link to browse these recommendations.



    You can start most recently with Episode 269, when Matt Friedman suggested how we can empower businesses to create a slave free world. And of course, one of our frequent podcast guests and former Ambassador John Cotton Richmond joined us for episode 267, The Intersection of Business and Human Rights. In Episode 266, we went to Ghana with Chris Field rescuing boys labor trafficked in the fishing industry. And back on episode 247, Ben Skinner gave us the high level look from a corporate ...

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    280 – Shifting the Supply Chain Burden, with Justin Dillon

    280 – Shifting the Supply Chain Burden, with Justin Dillon

    Sandie is joined by Justin Dillon to discuss new legislation that will address known forced labor in supply chains. They look at how companies can become aware and map their supply chain, various tools available on the market, and the need for a balance between educating and incentivizing corporations.

    Justin Dillon

    Justin is an entrepreneur, author, and artist. He founded the enterprise software company FRDM, with a mission of changing the world through the power of our purchases. FRDM is a business platform used by Fortune 500 companies to measure and mitigate risk of forced labor in supply chains. Justin is also the Founder and CEO of Made In A Free World, a non-profit organization dedicated to ending forced labor, human trafficking, and modern-day slavery through increased public awareness, action and advocacy. He is author of A Selfish Plan to Change the World (2017) which reveals the secret to a life of deep and lasting significance: the discovery that our need for meaning is inextricably linked to the needs of the world. Justin made his directorial debut in the film Call + Response, which revealed the world’s 27 million dirtiest secrets: there are more slaves today than ever before in human history. The “rockumentary” was theatrically released around the world and became one of the top documentaries of 2008. Justin founded the nonprofit organization Slavery Footprint. Partnering with the U.S. State Department and Google, they launched a multiple-award-winning website that asks the question, “How Many Slaves Work For You?” The website and mobile app allow consumers to visualize how their consumption habits are connected to modern-day slavery. Justin has worked in technology and human rights for ten years, advising the United Nations, White House, and several Fortune 100 companies on supply chain transparency and the purpose economy.

    Key Points



    People want to do good with lives, so for advocates, its about how to get more people involved and aware.

    Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) "imposes various restrictions related to China's Xinjiang Uyghur region, including by prohibiting certain imports from Xinjiang and imposing sanctions on those responsible for human rights violations there."

    Transparency in supply chains can solves problems, other than forced labor, such as environmental climate change problems and operational problems.

    The Forced Labor Enforcement Task Force (FLETF) will implement a cycle of monitoring and evaluating work being done by corporations to adapt to the UFLPA bill. 

    It is important that buyer work with their suppliers to improve their supply chain and create incentives for supplies to be transparent.

    As a movement, remember to celebrate the wins.



    Resources



    California Transparency in Supply Chains Act, 2010

    EP. 17 - California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

    EP. 209 – Is Supply Chain Transparency Working? with Ben Greer

    EP. 195 – The Sydney Framework: Supply Chains and Sustainable Development Goal 8.7, with John McCarthy

    EP. 267 – The Intersection of Business and Human Rights, with John Cotton Richmond

    EP. 269 – Empowering Businesses to Create a Slave Free World, with Matt Friedman

    EP. 247 – Perspectives on Transformation in Labor Trafficking, with Ben Skinner

    Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA)



















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    279 – Who Are the Kids Being Trafficked, with Kendra Tankersley-Davis

    279 – Who Are the Kids Being Trafficked, with Kendra Tankersley-Davis

    Sandie is joined by Kendra Tankersley-Davis to discuss the characteristics and signs of youth who are identified as being commercially sexually exploited. Sandie and Kendra provide statistics on what CSEC looks like in Orange County, risk factors for caregivers to look out for, and tips for individuals interested in becoming a foster/resource parent.

    Kendra Tankersley-Davis



    Kendra has worked with at-risk children and families, who are involved in the child welfare, probation, or mental health systems due to complex trauma, for over sixteen years. She has worked in Human Trafficking supporting survivors in transitioning out of the life, educating communities, teaching preventative methods, and providing advocacy for over fifteen years. Kendra has a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice and a Master’s Degree in Family and Human Development; she is currently The Vice President of External Affairs at Crittenton Services for Children and Families.

    Key Points



    For youth who experience trauma, often their development can stop or be hindered at that age of experience.

    80% of the CSEC (commercially sexually exploited children) who were identified in Orange County were from Orange County

    The biggest risk factor for exploitation is prior abuse and neglect.

    Training to recognize the signs of possible exploitation and/or abuse for anyone interacting with youth is important to take action and prevent further harm.



    Resources



    Crittenton Services for Family and Children

    Smart Mamas, Safe Kids - OC Parent Anti-Human Trafficking Training

    EP. 278 - Identifying and Interacting with Minor Victims of Human Trafficking, with Dr. Jodi Quas



















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    Dave [00:00:00] You're listening to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. This is episode number 279, Who Are the Kids Being Trafficked, with Kendra Tankersley-Davis.



    Production Credits [00:00:11] Produced by Innovate Learning, maximizing human potential.



    Dave [00:00:31] Welcome to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. My name is Dave Stachowiak.



    Sandie [00:00:37] And my name is Sandie Morgan.



    Dave [00:00:39] And this is the show where we empower you to study the issues, be a voice, and make a difference in ending human trafficking. Sandie, today we are turning our attention of our conversation towards kids. The most important people, perhaps in this conversation. One of the reasons we continue to come back to the topic of children in our conversation about ending human trafficking. Today, an expert with us who's going to help us to really understand this population better and some of the implications that we can all learn from. I'm so pleased to welcome Kendra Tankersley-Davis. She is an adjunct professor for the Global Center for Women and Justice here at Vanguard University. Kendra has worked with at-risk children and families who are involved in the child welfare probation or mental health systems due to complex trauma. And she's been doing the work for over 16 years. She has worked in human trafficking, supporting survivors and transitioning out of the life, educating communities, teaching preventative methods, and providing advocacy for over 15 years. Kendra has a bachelor's degree in criminal justice and a master's degree in Family and Human Development. She's currently the Vice President of External Affairs at Crittenton Services for Children and Families. Kendra,

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    278 – Identifying and Interacting with Minor Victims of Human Trafficking, with Dr. Jodi Quas

    278 – Identifying and Interacting with Minor Victims of Human Trafficking, with Dr. Jodi Quas

    Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Dr. Jodi Quas to discuss new research on forensic interviews for minor victims of human trafficking. They review what the research is saying, strategies to work with minors, and how this research is being disseminated for implementation.

    Dr. Jodi Quas

    Jodi Quas, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychological Science at the University of California, Irvine. Her work is recognized across the globe for advancing knowledge of children’s eyewitness capabilities, abuse disclosure, and of the consequences of legal involvement on child victims, witnesses, and defendants. She has received numerous awards for her work and student training. She is dedicated to pursuing rigorous science on crucial topics relevant to identifying and intervening on behalf of victimized children, and to disseminating findings to law enforcement, legal and medical professionals, educators, and social service professionals in the U.S. and abroad. Most recently, with funding from the National Science Foundation and the Criminal Investigations and Network Analysis Center, she has been focused on improving legal interventions for adolescent victims of abuse and commercial sexual exploitation.



    Key Points



    The anti-human trafficking research community has been developing tools and forensic interview approaches for child victims of human trafficking.

    During investigations, it is important to give adolescents control by pausing and listening to them.

    Nationwide surveys with law enforcement, forensic interviewers, school psychologists, health care providers, et-cetera have assisted to understand what approaches are currently being used during investigations to know what changes are needed.

    Rapport building and trust in the beginning is crucial with adolescent victims.



    Resources



    Criminal Investigations and Network Analysis Center (CINA)

    Adolescent and Childhood Experience Lab



















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    Dave [00:00:00] You're listening to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. This is episode number 278, Identifying and Interacting with Minor Victims of Human Trafficking, with Dr. Jodi Quas.



    Production Credits [00:00:13] Produced by Innovate Learning, maximizing human potential.



    Dave [00:00:33] Welcome to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. My name is Dave Stachowiak.



    Sandie [00:00:39] And my name is Sandie Morgan.



    Dave [00:00:41] And this is the show where we empower you to study the issues, be a voice, and make a difference in ending human trafficking. Sandie, we've had so many conversations over the years of thinking about children and the unfortunate connection with trafficking and there's so many things for us to learn and I'm thrilled today to be able to welcome back a guest. Absolutely an expert in so many of these areas and it's going to help us to really think about identification and interacting with victims. I'm so pleased to welcome back to the show, Jodi Quas. She is professor of psychological science at the University of California, Irvine. Her work is recognized across the globe for advancing knowledge of children's eyewitness capabilities, abuse disclosure, and of the consequences of legal involvement on child victims, witnesses, and defendants. She has received numerous awards for her work and student training. She's dedicated to pursuing rigorous science on crucial topics relevant to identifying and intervening on behalf of victimized children and di...

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    277 – Navajo Nation Interview, with First Lady Phefelia Nez

    277 – Navajo Nation Interview, with First Lady Phefelia Nez

    Sandie Morgan is joined by Phefelia Nez, the Navajo Nation First Lady. They discuss new initiatives the Navajo Nation has launched to address human trafficking and missing and murdered indigenous women, as well as how non-tribal entities can partner with tribal nations.



    Phefelia Nez

    Phefelia Nez was born in Keam Canyon, AZ and raised on Hopi Partition Land in Big Mountain, AZ. She is married to Jonathan Nez and mother of two children, Christopher and Alexander Nez. She is the daughter of David and Julia Herbert. She grew up in a traditional Hogan without modern amenities and has always spent time outdoors tending to livestock, the corn and vegetable field. Having ample outdoor space, she enjoyed a childhood of running, hiking and biking. Her favorite hobby growing up was reading and journaling. She earned Bachelor of Science degrees in Political Science (with an emphasis in Comparative and International Politics) and Criminal Justice from Northern Arizona University as well as a Master of Public Administration at NAU. She is also an alumni of ASU Lodestar Center’s Generation Next Nonprofit Leadership Academy Class V.

    Key Points



    Tribal Community Response Plan to Missing and Unidentified Persons four guidelines:



    Law Enforcement

    Victim Services

    Media and Communications

    Community Resources





    The generation of individuals who experienced a loss of land, loss of culture, and loss of family integration continue to affect families and create vulnerabilities.

    The Office of the First Lady and Second Lady have an emphasis on building a resilient child, which includes educating the community and modeling it for children.

    Promoting research in Navajo Nation can provide answers to prevention of human trafficking and missing and murdered indigenous women.



    Resources



    Navajo Nation Office of the First Lady and Second Lady

    Ensure Justice 2021: Race, Ethnicity, and New Immigrant Populations (Phefelia Nez starts at 39 minutes)

    2022 Navajo Nation - Ensure Justice Conference

    Save the Date! - Ensure Justice 2023, March 3-4



















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    Dave [00:00:00] You're listening to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. This is episode number 277, Navajo Nation Interview, with First Lady Phefelia Nez.



    Production Credits [00:00:10] Produced by Innovate Learning, maximizing human potential.



    Dave [00:00:31] Welcome to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. My name is Dave Stachowiak.



    Sandie [00:00:36] And my name is Sandie Morgan.



    Dave [00:00:38] And this is the show where we empower you to study the issues, be a voice, and make a difference in ending human trafficking. Sandie, what an honor we have today to be able to welcome an incredible leader with us who's gonna really help us to expand our perspective in so many ways and really look at how partnership. Of course, we talk about so much the importance of partnership and being able to work across organizations, governments and of course, most importantly, people. Today, I'm so honored for us to have a first lady Phefelia Nez with us. First Lady Nez was born in Keam County, Arizona, and raised on Hopi Partition Land in Big Mountain, Arizona. She is married to Jonathan Nez and the mother of two children, Christopher and Alexander. She is the daughter of David and Julia Herbert. She grew up in a traditional Hogan without modern amenities and has ...

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    276 – Nonprofit Leadership, with Coaching for Leaders host Dave Stachowiak

    276 – Nonprofit Leadership, with Coaching for Leaders host Dave Stachowiak

    Sandie Morgan and Dave Stachowiak discuss how to navigate being a leader and making change during and post COVID. Dave gives tips on balancing leadership roles, how to grow as a leader, and early foundational tips for starting a nonprofit.

    Dave Stachowiak





    Dave is the host and founder of Coaching for Leaders, a top-rated management podcast downloaded 25 million times. With more than 15 years of leadership at Dale Carnegie and a thriving, global leadership academy, he helps leaders discover practical wisdom, build meaningful relationships, and create movement for genuine results. Dave is also founder of the Coaching for Leaders Academy, a year-long leadership development cohort. His credentials include a doctoral degree in organizational leadership from Pepperdine University, several international business leadership awards from Dale Carnegie, and graduation from Coach U. He also serves on the board of the Global Center for Women & Justice at Vanguard University and co-hosts the Ending Human Trafficking podcast with longtime friend, Sandie Morgan.

    Key Points



    Leaders in nonprofits balance: 1)Leading the organizations mission and big picture; and 2) Managing the complex day-to-day organizational management

    Having a community and partnering with others in the same field can be beneficial for leaders to gain new skills and learn from people who are working in the same sphere and similar roles.

    Nonprofit leaders, or individuals who want to become leaders, need to distinguish between what feels good in the moment and what is actually good for the movement.

    Building a strong team and knowing how and what to delegate is key to sustainability.



    Resources



    Coaching for Leaders

    The Vision Driven Leader: 10 Questions to Focus Your Efforts, Energize Your Team, and Scale Your Business by Michael Hyatt

    How to Sell Your Vision with Michael Hyatt | Coaching for Leaders podcast

    How Great Teams Find Purpose, with David Burkus | Coaching for Leaders podcast

    Business Model Generation

    Effective Delegation of Authority, with Hassan Osman | Coaching for Leaders podcast

    How to Work With a Board, with Denice Hinden | Coaching for Leaders podcast

    How to Define a Role, with Pat Griffin | Coaching for Leaders podcast



















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    Dave [00:00:00] You're listening to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. This is episode number 276, Nonprofit Leadership with Coaching for Leaders host, Dave Stachowiak. Hey, that's me.



    Production Credits [00:00:12] Produced by Innovate Learning, maximizing human potential.



    Dave [00:00:31] Welcome to the Ending Human Trafficking podcast. My name is Dave Stachowiak.



    Sandie [00:00:37] And my name is Sandie Morgan.



    Dave [00:00:39] And this is the show where we empower you to study the issues, be a voice, and make a difference in ending human trafficking. Sandie, every two weeks we get together, we have a fabulous guest on who's an expert in some area to help us. Today you just have outdone yourself with the guest you have found. I am so impressed.



    Sandie [00:00:57] Oh, my goodness, Dave, I'm so excited to tell everybody that my guest is Dave Stachowiak. Yay. And let me just do, be a little bit formal here. His bio: Dave is the host and founder of Coaching for Leaders, a top rated management podcast downloaded 25 million times with more than 15 years of leadership ...

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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
111 Ratings

111 Ratings

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I recently began my journey into diving deep listening to this podcast, & can I say that wow Dr. Sandra and Dave Stachowiak are amazing podcasters. I just finished listening to the "White Ribbon Against Pornography" with blend of emotions(none positive, just positively hoping to decreasing trafficking %). Porn does a lot in making human trafficking more difficult to tackle and eliminate. I consider it the new drug that people must be aware of! It's no joke but a crisis on the rise. I appreciate the work and focus that gets put into each episode you produce and the guest that you bring on to the show are also a great benefit to the show. I at times feel guilty listening to this podcast because I feel powerless to help people in these situations, but I must put my learnings to test and be an effective citizen in helping our society remove that plague, which is the sickness of trafficking. Again, I want to thank Vanguard Profs Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak for this illusive mind capturing podcast.

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