Human Trafficking Awareness


Speaker(s): Lianne Kendall Perfect, Sheridan’s Sexual Violence Response Specialist, along with community partners from the Elizabeth Fry Society, Peel Regional Police, and SAVIS.



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You may be surprised to learn that two of Sheridan’s campuses are located in what are considered “hot spots” for human trafficking activity in Ontario. This webinar will provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of what human trafficking looks like, recruitment and grooming signs, how it is affecting our communities, and where folks can obtain support if they or someone they know has been impacted.

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human trafficking, sex trafficking, internet safety, sexual violence, sexual assault, violence intervention, gender-based violence, forced labour, bonded labour


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Perfect, L.K., (2022, February16). Human trafficking awareness [Webinar]. Inclusive Communities. Sheridan College.

Human Trafficking Awareness