Community Conversations: Culturally safe approaches to supporting marginalized survivors of sex trafficking

Join us to learn about ways to better support survivors of sex trafficking!

This mini-series of service provider-led conversations is focused on reaching out to and delivering culturally safe approaches and programs for working with survivors of sex trafficking.

The goal is to foster dialogue and collaboration among service providers to enhance support for marginalized survivors of sex trafficking across various intersections and identities.

The series will delve into the unique challenges faced by survivors from diverse backgrounds, including but not limited to Indigenous, Black, racialized, 2SLGBTIA+, individuals with precarious status, and those living with disabilities.

By bringing together professionals from various fields, we aim to identify wise practices, share resources, and strengthen networks to better support survivors in our community.

March 27th

Speakers & Topic

  • Christine Clark- Supporting 2SLGBTQ+ victims and survivors of human trafficking; Voice Found
  • Leslie-Ann Fullerton- Anti-Blackness and other barriers in front line services supporting trafficking survivors; Frontline worker, author, community activist & mindfulness facilitator
  • Megan Maclean- Counselling human trafficking survivors: understanding intersectional oppression and best practices for support;Women’s Support Network of York Region (WSN)

Please note the zoom link will be shared via email closer to the event date.

We hope that you can join us!


Mar 27 2024


11:00 pm - 11:00 pm

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