Disabilities and Human Trafficking

End Abuse of People with Disabilities

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End Abuse of People with Disabilities Website

The End Abuse of People with Disabilities website is managed by the Center on Victimization and Safety (CVS) at the Vera Institute of Justice. As awareness about the rates of violence against people with disabilities and Deaf people grows, so does the need to connect the practitioners,

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Multidisciplinary Response to Crime Victims with Disabilities: State-Level Replication Guide

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Office for Victims of Crime Website

This guide walks you through a seven-step model for improving your community’s capacity to respond to crime victims with disabilities. Click here to access the guide. 

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Victims with Physical, Cognitive, or Emotional Disabilities

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Office for Victims of Crime Website

Victims of human trafficking may develop disabilities from abuse at the hands of their traffickers, and individuals with disabilities may be targeted by traffickers because they are vulnerable. Many human trafficking task forces miss identifying this risk factor or fail to make provisions for people with disabilities.

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How to Identify and Communicate with Human Trafficking Victims with an Intellectual and/or Developmental Disability 2014 Webinar Slides

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Office for Victims of Crime Webinar

Presentation Goals: • To provide tips to help identify a human trafficking victim who may have an intellectual or developmental disability (I/DD) • To provide tips for communicating with a human trafficking victim with an I/DD • To identify resources to help support human trafficking victims with

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Collaborating to Address the Needs of Trafficked Survivors with Disabilities

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Futures Without Violence Webinar

Various risk factors put individuals with disabilities at risk of domestic violence, sexual violence, and all forms of human trafficking. This webinar will discuss these factors and also consider the intersection of the trafficking of persons with disabilities with domestic and sexual violence. The panelists explore how

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National Human Trafficking and Disabilities Working Group

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National Human Trafficking and Disabilities Working Group

Professionals from across the country working with survivors of human trafficking, persons with disabilities, and/or at-risk or vulnerable populations

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“Words Matter” Disability Etiquette Document

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National Disability Rights Network (NDRN) Document

The attached list from the National Disability Rights Network (NDRN) depicts phrases and terms that are generally considered appropriate, as well as terms and phrases to avoid using. Please keep in mind that language is constantly evolving and not everyone has the same preference, so the best

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Collaborating to Address the Needs of Trafficked Survivors with Disabilities – Futures Without Violence Webinar

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Futures Without Violence Webinar 2017

Various risk factors put individuals with disabilities at risk of domestic violence, sexual violence, and all forms of human trafficking. This webinar discusses these factors and also consider the intersection of the trafficking of persons with disabilities with domestic and sexual violence. The panelists explore how domestic

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“Violence Against People with Disabilities and Deaf People 101” Vera Institute Webinar

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Vera Institute of Justice 2017 Webinar

This webinar provides information on how to appropriately provide services for victims of violence who have a disability or are Deaf. Sandra Harrell from the Center on Victimization and Safety at The Vera Institute of Justice presents as a part of the 2017 End Abuse of People

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

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National Disability Rights Network (NDRN)

There remains an urgent need to protect children and youth with disabilities from unnecessary incarceration. When confinement is necessary, it is critical that they are provided the services they need to grow and develop, as well as the educational and rehabilitation necessary to rejoin their communities successfully.

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