Inside Human Trafficking in Canada is a seven-part podcast series co-created by the Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth (MACY) and Youth Troopers for Global Action (YTGA). Centered on human trafficking awareness and prevention in Canada, this podcast series is hosted by Dr. Karlee Sapoznik Evans, Manager of Research and Quality Assurance at MACY.
Throughout this podcast series, lived experience leaders and experts from across Canada will join Dr. Evans to discuss human trafficking issues and possible solutions, shining a light on this issue from various lenses and perspectives.
YTGA would like to thank Prophix’s Corporate Social Responsibility Program for their support in sponsoring this podcast.
CONTENT WARNING: Conversations about human trafficking may contain content that could be triggering or disturbing. Discussions in this podcast series include mentions of sexual exploitation and abuse. Please take care while listening. To consult our list of resources, please click HERE.
If you need immediate help, please call the Canadian Human Trafficking Hotline: 1-833-900-1010
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MACY and YTGA acknowledge their work takes place on traditional Indigenous territories in Manitoba and Ontario.
MACY acknowledges that the mandate of our office extends across the province that is now called Manitoba. As an office, we live and work on the original lands of the Anishinaabeg, Anishininewuk, Dakota Oyate, Denesuline, and Nehethowuk. We also acknowledge that part of Manitoba is located on the beautiful homeland of the Red River Métis. We strive to contribute to improving lives by listening to children and youth; ensuring diversity in our team; consulting/seeking wisdom beyond ourselves; and always learning and growing towards reconciliation and collaboration.
YTGA acknowledges that it is located on the traditional territory of the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit. We honour the contributions made by First Nations, Metis, and Inuit people who have cared for these territories and continue to shape, strengthen, and preserve this country, province, and regions. In particular, we acknowledge and honour the territory of the Anishinabek, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee and Ojibway/Chippewa peoples; the land that is home to the Métis; and, most recently, the territory of the Mississauga of the Credit First Nation (who are direct descendants of the Mississaugas of the Credit).
By acknowledging traditional Indigenous territories, we recognize contemporary and historical Indigenous presence and land rights, and we recognize the continued impacts and legacies of colonialism. For more information on the purpose and importance of Land Acknowledgements, please visit native-land.ca.
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