Stopping the Traffick

A Christian Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking

Edited by Glenn Miles, Christa Foster Crawford, Tania DoCarmo, Gundelina Velazco

Stopping the Traffick

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  • ISBN: 9781498200783
  • Pages: 360
  • Publication Date: 6/16/2014
  • Retail Price: $42.00
Web Price: $33.60
Web Price: $33.60

Stopping the Traffick

A Christian Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking

Edited by Glenn Miles, Christa Foster Crawford, Tania DoCarmo, Gundelina Velazco

paperback-logo

PAPERBACK

  • ISBN: 9781498200783
  • Pages: 360
  • Publication Date: 6/16/2014
  • Retail Price: $42.00
Web Price: $33.60

About-

Stop the Traffick?
How do we even begin addressing such an important - and yet overwhelming - task? If you are a practitioner striving to assist victims or a faith-based organization wondering how to get involved you may be wrestling with questions like: How should we go about working with exploited people? Where should we focus our response? How do we deal with the challenges? This cutting-edge book brings together practical advice and strategic insight from more than 40 global experts and experienced practitioners who thoughtfully explore how best to answer these questions and more. Stopping the Traffick is for everyone who wants to go beyond merely knowing that something must be done to a deeper understanding of how we can more effectively bring an end to exploitation.

Endorsements & Reviews-

"This volume is an excellent collection of Christian thought on sex trafficking and the topics related to it."
--Donna M. Hughes, Professor & Carlson, Endowed Chair at the University of Rhode Island, USA

"This volume asks and responds to the deep and often awkward questions that many people want to hear but struggle to bring into the light."
--Helen Sworn, International Director & Founder, Chab Dai, Cambodia

"Here is a tool of training for the next generation of Christian response to sexual exploitation."
--Andrew J. Schmutzer, Professor of Biblical Studies, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, IL, USA

Contributors-

Glenn Miles
Christa Foster Crawford
Tania DoCarmo
Gundelina Velazco

Bio(s)-

Glenn Miles, Ph.D., is the Asia Capacity Building Director for Love146. His research and outreach currently focuses on exploitation of males and transgender people as well as male clients.

Christa Foster Crawford, J.D., is an author and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Children at Risk at Fuller Theological Seminary. She also advises and equips ministries in Thailand and the region.

Tania DoCarmo, M.S., is the Program Director for Chab Dai International where she works to enhance collaboration among organizations and helped develop Freedom Collaborative.

Gundelina Velazco, Ph.D., is CEO of Love146 Philippines where she has designed and established award-winning aftercare programs.

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