Finding our Way through the Traffick
Finding our Way through the Traffick
Where do we go from here?
We want to help others find freedom – lasting freedom – from trafficking and exploitation. But the process is as fraught with challenges as it is filled with calls to do better.
What are the best routes to effectiveness? How do we avoid common pitfalls? This book brings together decades of experience to help us navigate the complexities of responding to holistic needs in prevention, intervention, rehabilitation, and reintegration. It also explores how to prepare ourselves as organizations and individuals for the journey ahead.
This companion to Stopping the Traffick is an essential guide for practitioners, donors, and academics to successfully Find Our Way through the Traffick.
ABOUT THE EDITORS
Christa Foster Crawford, J.D., is an international consultant providing resources and expert advice on ending human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Thailand, the Greater Mekong Subregion and beyond.
Glenn Miles, Ph.D., is an international consultant in child and vulnerable people rights doing mentoring, training, research and advocacy, focused in Asia for thirty years.
Gundelina Velazco, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized expert in the rehabilitation of traumatized children. She is the CEO of Love146 Philippines and the Asia Director of Aftercare.
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It’s the happy lot of a preface-writer to embrace their inner guru while still trying to be useful, to the book and all its readers. Yet, my job was overshadowed by the remarkable content in the chapters in this book. Together they must reflect 100 years of hard and deep experience….The authors of the chapters in this book understand that this “problem” grows from much larger and much deeper cultural, political, and economic realities. And, again and again, they explore how our ultimate solution to this pervasive and indicative challenge is through transformative change.
International slavery expert
Co-Founder, Free the Slaves
Lead Author, Global Slavery Index
Professor of Contemporary Slavery, University of Nottingham, UK
This work is the most thoughtful, theologically profound, and diverse reflection on human trafficking that is available. If you are a practitioner, this is indispensable to learn how others have engaged in this heartache. If you are aligned as one who … supports those on the front line, you will find this work invaluable in providing an understanding of the diverse factors that lead to a boy or girl, a man or woman being trafficked and how redemptive paths must be custom-fitted for each context. I can’t imagine a more important tool in our armamentarium.
Dan B. Allender, Ph.D.
Prominent Christian therapist, author, and speaker on sexual abuse and trauma recovery
Author and Founding President/Professor, The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology
From a Christian perspective... these chapters address the essential needs for combatting sexual exploitation and trafficking: prevention, outreach, and aftercare for victims, and education, organisation and self-care for advocates.
Donna Hughes, Ph.D.
Leading international researcher on human trafficking
Professor and Carlson Endowed Chair, University of Rhode Island, USA
It’s an amazing source of wisdom and resource, both for those who have been ‘in the trenches’ for years — as well as those who are feeling Called to begin to Do Something.
Founder and Facilitator, International Christian Alliance on Prostitution
We all have questions. This book has answers. Almost three dozen fellow sojourners offer to accompany us through the traffick, sharing with wisdom and courage from their experience. If you hope to serve people and God’s freedom purposes well, look no further. Purchase this book immediately.
Jennifer Roemhildt Tunehag
Founder, European Freedom Network
Founder, Freedom Business Alliance