Human Trafficking: How to Recognize the Problem and Respond

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Human Trafficking: How to Recognize the Problem and Respond

Human trafficking is a very serious problem and can be heartbreaking, cause severe injuries, and even kill its victims. The use of nail salons as a cover for human trafficking is not only illegal, it also makes communities less safe. By learning to recognize the signs of human trafficking, and by reporting suspected trafficking, you can help to stop the violence, and to hold human traffickers accountable for their actions.

Audience

This course is designed for all salon professionals.

Faculty

  • Repair Staff
  • Leah Alberto

About the Sponsor

The purpose of Paragon CET is to provide challenging curricula to assist professionals to raise their levels of expertise while fulfilling their continuing education requirements, thereby improving the quality of service to their clients.
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