Trinity Human Rights Group

Victims who speak little or no English may be unable to communicate with English-speakers who might help them escape. Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL) instructors are in a unique position to provide information to their non-English speaking TESOL students on how to spot the signs of human trafficking, identify potential victims, and how to safely assist them.

The Trinity Human Rights Group has a unique Adult Education Student Lesson Plan specifically for TESOL/ESL instructors on how to incorporate human trafficking indicators into any existing curriculum These training sessions inform participants on the signs of human trafficking, provide questions to ask potential victims, teach how to safely assist victims and how to provide TESOL students with this information. Trinity's training sessions can be conducted in English, Amharic, Spanish and French.

Write to [email protected] to learn more about our unique Adult Education Student Lesson Plan and our training program for TESOL instructors.