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AAPI Human Trafficking and Mental Health Panel

May 5, 2022

Panelists: Annalisa Enrile & Andrea Cabrera Jakucs

Moderator: Christine Lee

Human Trafficking can be described as the unlawful act of transporting or coercing people in order to benefit from their work or service, typically in the form of forced labor or sexual exploitation. This panel will be emphasizing the experiences of human trafficking within the AAPI community. The impact of these unconscionable acts of servitude on one’s mental health will be a key framework for this panel, especially in regards to the long-term effects of trauma. Ways to be culturally responsive and informed when working with AAPI clients that have experienced human trafficking will be highlighted as well. As such, there will be discussion of sensitive subjects and experiences related to human trafficking, which may resonate on a personal level to some attendees. Please take note and take care of yourself accordingly. There will be Q&A discussion as time permits.


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