The University of Michigan Human Trafficking Collaborative

The University of Michigan Human Trafficking Collaborative is a partnership between the University of Michigan Law School Human Trafficking Clinic and the University of Michigan School of Nursing to educate the public, including healthcare providers and advocates, about human trafficking.

We are an accurate and dependable source for authenticated information and training on human trafficking for healthcare providers and systems from an interdisciplinary team of frontline workers with experience working with survivors.

Biographic Information for Members of the United States Advisory Council on Human Trafficking
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Biographic Information for Members of the United States Advisory Council on Human Trafficking

Tanya Gould Tanya Gould, a survivor of domestic sex trafficking, is the founder of Identifiable Me, a non-profit that helps move those who have been victimized by sexual violence towards self-discovery and their life’s purpose. Ms. Gould serves as a mentor, consultant, advisor, trainer, and keynote speaker on topics relating to her story. Years after…

Unmasking Human Trafficking
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Unmasking Human Trafficking

University of Michigan School of Nursing and University of Michigan Law School collaboration to address human trafficking, “It is the first collaboration of its kind in the country, bringing together the unique and disparate skill sets of nursing and law.”

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Victims and villains: Anti-trafficking movement urged to tackle racial bias
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Victims and villains: Anti-trafficking movement urged to tackle racial bias

By Christine Murray MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Global protests about racism and police brutality should act as a wake-up call to the anti-human trafficking movement over the approach of law enforcement, treatment of Black victims and a lack of racial diversity, academics and activists said. The legacy of ‘white slave traffic’ – a…

Fact check: Mask-wearing not connected to child trafficking
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Fact check: Mask-wearing not connected to child trafficking

The claim: Mask wearing makes children more at risk for child sex trafficking Misinformation about the causes of sex trafficking and how to protect minors can be especially damaging in the fight against it, yet a web of conspiracy theories about the crime has grown over the past few years. The latest false claim is that…