Recognizing the Signs of Child Trafficking

with Cara Starns of Safe Passage KY

The most common forms of child trafficking aren’t what we see in movies. In actuality, many victims appear to live “normal” lives, including living at home and going to school. Join us to build awareness of these less obvious but more common methods of child trafficking and learn to recognize the signs of victimization in our students.

In Part 1, you will build awareness of the less obvious but more common methods of child trafficking and learn to recognize the signs of victimization in our students.

In Part 2, Cara Starns takes a deeper dive into the specific signs that could be indicators of child trafficking. Lastly, she provides resources for teaching human trafficking awareness in your own classroom.

Resources

Cara Starns

About Cara Starns

Drawn to issues regarding non-profit development, serving victims, and responding to social injustice, she studied International Development at the University of Kentucky. From there, she moved to Uganda to launch a sponsorship program for orphans. After returning home she accepted a position with Refuge for Women as their National Grant and Blog Manager. Later on she was tasked to develop a Refuge for Women site in Louisville, KY. 

It was during that year when Cara learned Kentucky has no shelter for trafficked children, despite the growing need to open one. With the help of many others, she founded Safe Passage to serve trafficked children in Kentucky. Cara is also writing two books. Her story is about overcoming adversity, fear, and finding a good God even when nothing seems good at all.

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