Curriculum

Curriculum

Not My Life has partnered with the US Fund for UNICEF’s END Trafficking Project and the Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives to offer educational curricula suitable for secondary school audiences. These free curricula provide educators with classroom resources and empower students to get involved in the anti-trafficking movement. Both offerings feature the 30-minute education version of Not My Life and conform to Common Core State Standards.

US Fund for UNICEF: TeachUNICEF End Trafficking Unit

Grades 6-8, 9-12

TeachUNICEF End Trafficking Unit : Not My Life Educator Screening and Discussion Guide includes a 30 minute version of Not My Life, and an accompanying viewing guide designed to engage students on human trafficking as it occurs in the U.S. and around the world. Educators are encouraged to use Not My Life in conjunction with the TeachUNICEF End Trafficking middle or high school units.

For more information, email endtrafficking@unicefusa.org. Educator resources on child trafficking can be found at http://teachunicef.org/explore/topic/child-trafficking.

 

Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives: History, Human Rights and the Power of One

Grades 7-12

This curriculum offers two history-based trafficking prevention modules for use by teachers and secondary students:

Human Trafficking: Modern-Day Slavery in the United States focuses on the problem of slavery in our country by introducing the legal framework of abolition in the U.S. (including the 13th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the U.S. Trafficking Victims Protection Act) along with stories from survivors of slavery, from the past and present. The goal of this module is that students will understand how slaves were and are controlled through coercion manifested both physically and/or psychologically, and will understand the similarities and differences of historical and modern-day slavery.

Youth for Sale will provide students a basic understanding of the labor and sexual exploitation of children around the world. It describes the greatest risk factors for being trafficked and the methods international traffickers use to lure or force children into slavery. It exposes students to actual victims’ stories and empowers them to protect themselves and their peers from traffickers—as well as begin to work on projects to end trafficking worldwide.

For more information email FDFI at pdavis@fdfi.org or visit http://www.fdfi.org/human-trafficking-education-curriculum.html

 

 

Additional Curriculum/Training


The Human Trafficking Training Institute (HTTI), founded by Not My Life participant Greg Bristol, offer
s training to student faculty and educators throughout the United States.

 

For businesses

  • Government Contract Compliance for Businesses - Internal Controls to Prevent Human Trafficking in Federal and Commercial Contracts

 

For law enforcement

  • Basic Law Enforcement Human Trafficking Investigator
  • Advanced Law Enforcement Human Trafficking Investigator
  • 9-1-1 Operator Responses to Human Trafficking Calls

 

For School Faculty

  • Human Trafficking Awareness for School Faculty – The Role of the School Resource Officer
  • Assisting ESL Instructors to Identify and Rescue Human Trafficking Victims

 

For more information, contact Greg Bristol at GBristol@HumanTraffickingTraining.expert or visit http://HumanTraffickingTraining.expert

 

 

 

Our Not My Life Awareness Initiative partners, Liberty Asia have also developed a school curriculum for raising awareness of human trafficking with students. At the present time, this curriculum does not incorporate a Not My Life component, but we are working with them to develop one.

 

Liberty Asia: Slavery Curriculum

Grades 10-12

This online curriculum offers an interactive set of five modules (approximately one hour each) designed to help teachers and students easily understand what human trafficking is and how it can be addressed by both anti-trafficking organizations and students. Each module also includes notes for educators to guide activities and facilitate classroom discussion.

Topics covered include:
  1. What is human trafficking: An Overview of the Issue
  2. Human Trafficking and Information: Using Info-graphics to Understand the Problem
  3. Human Trafficking Discussion using a Socratic Seminar: Learning through Dialogue and Debate
  4. Human Trafficking and the Counter Trafficking Response: An Overview of How this Process Works
  5. Human Trafficking: What can you do to Help?

For more information on this curriculum, please visit http://libertyasia.org/curriculum-schools