Child Trafficking

UPDATED! Not My Life: Educator Screening and Discussion Guide

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Not My Life, with this accompanying viewing guide, depicts the scourge of human trafficking on a global scale, contains some graphic scenes and is recommended only for a mature audience. Filmed on five continents in a dozen countries, Not My Life takes viewers into a world where millions of children are exploited through practices including forced labor, domestic servitude, begging, sex tourism and child soldiering.  This 32-minute version of the film was created in partnership with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF’s End Trafficking project. For more information email endtrafficking@unicefusa.org.

How to Talk with Children in the Aftermath of Violence

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When violent events occur, it is a natural inclination to want to protect children from the terrifying details as they unfold in the media.  Yet in an age of pervasive communications technology, it is impossible to shield children – especially once they reach school age – from unpleasant world events.  There are ways, however, that we as educators and family members can help youth to cope with and make sense of tragedy in the world around them. 

Feature Film: Not My Life

Not My Life, with this accompanying viewing guide, depicts the scourge of human trafficking on a global scale, contains some graphic scenes and is recommended only for a mature audience. Filmed on five continents in a dozen countries, Not My Life takes viewers into a world where millions of children are exploited through practices including forced labor, domestic servitude, begging, sex tourism and child soldiering.  This 32-minute version of the film was created in partnership with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF’s End Trafficking project. For more information email endtrafficking@unicefusa.org. Educator resources on child trafficking can be found at http://teachunicef.org/explore/topic/child-trafficking.

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