Webconference Materials: Meeting Human Trafficking Caseworker Requirements



CALCASA hosted a webconference, Meeting Human Trafficking Caseworker Requirements to address advocates’ questions on supporting survivors of trafficking, both of sexual exploitation and labor. The web conference reviewed privileged communications, examined similarities of SA and HT privilege, and how to integrate HT training topics into existing advocacy trainings to meet the Human Trafficking Caseworker requirement.

The webconference provided practical information on privilege and resources to address intersections of sexual assault and human trafficking. Here’s a list of the resources:

LGBTQ human trafficking victims:

Boys and human trafficking:

Webconference slides and recording:



California Coalition Against Sexual Assault provides the unifying vision and voice to Californians speaking out against sexual violence. Founded in 1980, it’s the only statewide organization in California with the sole purpose to promote policy, advocacy, training and technical assistance on the issue of sexual assault. CALCASA’s primary membership is the 85 rape crisis centers and rape prevention programs in the state.

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