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FC400 Programme Evaluation

October 17th - December 1st

This course provides an overview of research methodology for programme evaluation. It is especially suitable for those who are interested in monitoring and evaluation, policy and programme design and evaluation, and social science research methods.

CS400 Frameworks and Interventions for Trauma-Informed Care

October 17th - December 1st This course will provide a deep-dive into the implementation of trauma-informed interventions and frameworks in rehabilitation programmes for survivors of child sexual exploitation, abuse, and human trafficking. It will explore current frameworks and theoretical foundations for trauma-informed care, trauma-informed interventions, and evidence-based therapeutic approaches. This course is suited for students with any level of knowledge on human trafficking, and is specifically targeted towards social workers, foster care agencies, health care professionals, Short-Term Residential Therapeutic Programs (STRTP), and anti-human trafficking researchers and professionals.​

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CS300 Identification and Intervention in CSEC

Commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) is a type of human trafficking that includes any sexual activity involving a child in exchange for something of value, or promise thereof, including money, shelter, food, drugs, etc. CSEC is related to a number of issues, including child sexual abuse (CSA) and sexual exploitation of children (SEC). As awareness of human trafficking has increased, there are a growing number interventions that prevent CSEC and provided services to survivors. This course provides an introduction and overview in the identification and intervention in CSEC, including impacts of CSEC, common signs, assessing risk, CSEC in foster care, and CSEC from a public health perspective.

This course is especially suitable for students and professionals working in child-care, teachers, foster care agencies, and health care workers.

This course can be taken for a certificate or audited. For a certificate, you will participate in weekly reflection papers and a final assignment. If you are auditing this course, you will only need to attend lectures.

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We are excited to announce we will be hosting the inaugural online Symposium on Modern Slavery at St. James Research Centre (SJRC) August 5th – 6th 2022. SJRC was founded in 2019 and provides evidence-based training and resources to policymakers, practitioners, and students in modern slavery, community-based development, non-profit management and governance, and child-care. Our goal is to create an international community of practice dedicated to developing innovative solutions for social intervention and policy. Our parent organisation, Global Family Care Network, works in nine countries globally implementing community-based prevention, rehabilitation, and aftercare programmes.

The 2022 Symposium on Modern Slavery will present a wide range of topics related to three key emerging tenets of the global fight against modern slavery. The symposium will cover modern slavery in the United Kingdom, diversifying practice and emerging policy, innovations in the field, and more. We welcome anyone from the public to join, especially practitioners and policymakers in the field of anti-modern slavery, researchers, local and national government officials, students, health care professionals, and child-care professionals.

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