Disabilities and Human Trafficking

Freedom from Exploitation, Violence, and Abuse of Persons with Disabilities

Source:
Council of Europe study

Exploitation, violence and abuse are frequent, yet often overlooked and under-reported. The societal forces that tend to marginalise persons with disabilities exacerbate the likelihood and the impact of exploitation, violence and abuse. This study explores the concepts, causes and impact of the exploitation, violence and abuse experienced

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On-Ramps, Intersections, and Exit Routes: A Roadmap for Systems and Industries to Prevent and Disrupt Human Trafficking

Source:
Polaris PDF

This report builds upon Polaris’s 2017 report, The Typology of Modern Slavery, which analyzed data, gleaned from nearly 10 years of operating the National Human Trafficking Hotline, to show that human trafficking in the United States consists of 25 distinct business models. For each, the Typology report

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Beyond Segregated and Exploited: Update on the Employment of People with Disabilities

Source:
National Disabilities Rights Network report

One year ago we made a call to action in our report Segregated and Exploited: The Failure of the Disability Service System to Provide Quality Work. In that report we examined the ability of sheltered workshops and other segregated employment settings to meet the needs of workers

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Segregated and Exploited: The Failure of the Disability Service System to Provide Quality Work

Source:
National Disability Rights Network report

The National Disability Rights Network (NDRN) has been studying segregated work, sheltered environments, and the sub-minimum wage to determine whether they meet the needs of people with disabilities and whether they comply with federal law. Unfortunately, what we found was disappointing to say the least. The product

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Devaluing People with Disabilities: Medical Procedures that Violate Civil Rights

Source:
National Disability Rights Network report

This report is a compilation of medical procedures that violate civil rights, and recommendations for different organizations to avoid these procedures. Click here to access the report. 

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Recommendations to Prevent the Disproportionate Placement and Inadequate Treatment of Children with Disabilities in the Juvenile Justice System

Source:
National Disability Rights Network report

The goal of this report is to share what the Protection & Advocacy systems (P&As) have learned about the needs of children and youth with disabilities in the juvenile justice system with those who can help make the necessary changes and protect and advance current systemic reforms.

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Protecting a Person with a Disability or an Older Adult from Financial Exploitation

Source:
Equip for Equality fact sheet

If you are concerned that a person with disabilities or an older adult may be a victim of financial exploitation, you have several ways to report the harmful behavior and protect the victim. This fact sheet defines financial exploitation, tells you how to report it, and provides

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Legal Rights of People with Disabilities to Access Government Services

Source:
Equip for Equality Fact Sheet

People with disabilities, including older Americans with physical, cognitive, sensory and mental impairments, have a legal right to access government services. Under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), state and local government must not discriminate against people with disabilities. This fact sheet will provide

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Disability Etiquette and Using Person First Language

Source:
National Disability Rights Network website

This is the fourth presentation guide in the series. This presentation explains disability etiquette, which are guidelines to to communicating and interacting with people who have disabilities, and how to use person first language. Click here to access the presentation. 

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Designing Accessible Training Events and Materials

Source:
National Disability Rights Network website

This guide provides information for designing training events and materials that are accessible for individuals with disabilities. Click here to access the guide. 

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