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A Framework for SART Effectiveness: Part 3

Guest Blog by Katie Johnson | STOP Projects Coordinator at SVJI @MNCASA Welcome back! This week’s blog will be centered on the next two of…

A Framework for SART Effectiveness: Part 2

Guest Blog by Katie Johnson | STOP Projects Coordinator at SVJI @MNCASA Welcome back to our series of blogs about SVJI’s new Framework for SART…

A Framework for SART Effectiveness: Part 1

Guest Blog by Katie Johnson | STOP Projects Coordinator at SVJI @MNCASA Happy Wednesday, everyone! For the next several weeks, we’re going to be blogging…

Structuring Your Sex Trafficking Protocol Team

Guest Blog by Sarah Florman | Trafficking Policy Coordinator at SVJI @MNCASA In the earlier parts of this blog series, we spoke about some of…

The Response for Minor Victims/Survivors of Sex Trafficking

Guest Blog by Sarah Florman | Trafficking Policy Coordinator at SVJI @MNCASA Why do communities need to have a response in place specifically for sex…

Sex Trafficking and SARTs

Guest Blog by Sarah Florman | Trafficking Policy Coordinator at SVJI @MNCASA The issue of sex trafficking has received significant attention in the past few…

SARTs and Prevention: Spectrum of Prevention and Systems-Change

In our April webinar, we talked about how teams need to have a shared understanding of prevention. As with many other terms (like success and trauma-informed),…

SARTs and Prevention: 4 Key Considerations

One of the questions that I hear often from teams is, “How can we do prevention within our work?” For a long part of my…

Prevention and SARTs: Introduction

Recently, we here at the Sexual Violence Justice Institute hosted the webinar SARTs and Prevention: Considerations for Team Leaders. I wanted to pull from that…

SARTs in Times of Crisis: Responding to Sexual Violence during COVID-19

I am writing this during the first week of mandatory work-from-home, put in place as a precautionary measure for the current Coronavirus pandemic that is…