Trafficking Prevention for Schools has been adapted for Washington high schools by Seattle Against Slavery from curriculum developed by the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE) and is based on emerging practices currently seeing successes in the field of violence prevention. It is the first curriculum of its kind and works to empower young men and women to become allies in the fight against human trafficking.
Trafficking Prevention for Schools aligns with health and safety curricula already being taught at the middle school level and meets several Common Core State Standards. The program is designed so that the groups of young women and men are taught concurrently but separately in order to foster honest discussions in a safe and non-judgmental environment.
Trained SAS facilitators volunteer their time to deliver four 45-minute sessions and create a safe environment for participants to discuss healthy relationships, violence prevention and both social and personal responsibility.
For more information or of you are interested in helping us provide this important curriculum to your students or if you are interested in becoming a facilitator, and please contact Tanya Fernandez, Education Director, at 360-747-7231 or Tanya@seattleagainstslavery.org