Community Outreach

CommunityOutreachWe have tables at community events and conferences to educate people about human trafficking and Fair Trade. We have tables at events like National Night Out, PirateFest, Community Health Fairs, local festivals, and more.

November 2019

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  • Safe Conference 2019
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  • Pitt Resource Connection
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  • Human Trafficking 101
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  • 19 Days Parent Resource Fair
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  • Child Sex Trafficking - From Suspicion to Disclosure
  • NCCAHT Nominations Due
  • 19 Days - No Shame Book Club "The Body Keeps the Score"
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  • 19 Days - BRACE No Shame Book Club - "The Body Keeps the Score"
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  • 19 Days Children's Reading and Crafts - "Miles is the Boss of His Body"
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  • 6:00pm Affirming Families
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  • 19 Days - Bullying and Cyberbullying Event
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  • Protecting Children in a Digital Age
  • Pitt Partners for Health
  • North Carolina Coalition Against Human Trafficking
  • NCCAHT Membership Meeting
  • 19 Days Children's Reading - "Miles is the Boss of His Body"
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  • Heal Trafficking Meeting Call
  • Karma Keg - Drink Beer for Charity
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  • Pitt Collaborative on Children, Youth and Families
  • Fair Traders Take On Market on Main
  • Bullying 101 Pep Academy Workshop
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  • Webinar: Freedom From Sexploitation
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  • Pitt County Coalition Against Human Trafficking
  • Webinar to Discuss Reporting Children Missing from Care to NCMEC
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Community Education

We are invited to speak to churches, civic groups and other community groups to raise their awareness about Human Trafficking, and to teach them how to respond.

Relationship with the East Carolina University Community

Internships

Since 2010, we’ve had many interns from ECU. They’ve come from diverse departments, such as Criminal Justice, English, Public Health, Business, and Communications. They are a tremendous help in accomplishing our mission. They are also ambassadors; after spending four months with us, they are usually quite educated and passionate about the issue of Human Trafficking. When they graduate and enter the workforce, they take that knowledge and passion with them to a variety of work environments and locations all over the country, and hopefully share it with their colleagues.

Honors College

For the last several years, we have also partnered with students in the Honors College who select a nonprofit with which to make an impact as a part of their honors project.

Volunteer and Service Learning

Many classes at ECU require volunteer hours, and ENCSHTN has been the happy recipient of many of those hours.

Educational Events

We have planned several events designed to educate the ECU community about Human Trafficking. We’ve planned Campus Human Trafficking Awareness Walks, held a Human Trafficking panel, invited expert speakers, and screened several films including “Playground” and “In Plain Sight”.

Classes

We’ve spoken to several classes about Human Trafficking. Several classes require group projects that involve planning an event or project with a local nonprofit. We enjoy working with these classes, and believe that these projects benefit the anti-Human Trafficking movement, as well as broaden the students’ experience and knowledge.

Media:

Weekly e-newsletters educate readers about Human Trafficking cases, legislation, and training events.

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Social media is a great tool we use to share information about missing children, Human Trafficking cases, legislation, and training events.

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We also have a weekly blog that allows us to delve more deeply into different aspects of Human Trafficking.

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