National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month Social Media Posts


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Someone asking you for a pic? Make sure you’re in control. Here are some things to think about and ways to say NO while saving face. #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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The internet is a powerful tool for bringing people together, but can also be used to harm or take advantage of children and youth. Check out this resource guide, and learn how to help protect the youth. #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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Someone online trying to make your life a nightmare? Stay safe and get help. #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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Traffickers are known to lure children through websites and social media apps. Learn how to spot warning signs to keep children and youth safe. #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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FIVE million children at this moment are caught up in modern-day slavery. Trafficking takes place when someone’s vulnerability is exploited for profit.

THREE things you can do:

  1. Watch and SHARE THESE VIDEOs
  2. Know How To GET HELP
  3. Support Youth Safety

#ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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People who want to exploit children and youth use the Internet to lure them. Talk to children and youth about social media to help keep them safe. Learn how to start that conversation here: #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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Avoid posting pics that show where you are - like the name of your school, where your soccer team practices. Find other social media safety tips: #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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Do you know who children and youth are talking to online? Find out what YOU can do to help keep them safe: #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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Don’t use your real name for your insta or twitter handle. Don’t post pics that show where you go to school. Find out a few more safety rules of thumb:  #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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Number 1 tip for keeping children and youth safer online: Educate them about the risks that exist on their favorite social media sites. Here’s how you can start the conversation #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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#ChildTrafficking doesn’t always look like what you see on TV or in the movies. #WatchForTrafficking and learn about the signs and know what to do if you suspect someone you know is being trafficked or exploited:

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Child Safety Tip: Make sure children and youth accounts are private, and are using usernames that are different for each their apps. Here are more resources to keep children and youth safer online.  #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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#ChildTrafficking is real and we’ve met too many children and youth who’ve been victimized.  #WatchForTrafficking and see where to get help for you or someone you know:

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Keep the conversation going about #ChildTrafficking with children and youth in your life so that they can watch for trafficking and spot signs of danger. #WatchForTrafficking

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Has anyone online — even a friend — asked you to do something that doesn’t feel right? Here’s what to do if someone’s making you feel uncomfortable. #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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Keep children and youth safer by knowing the red flags of #ChildTrafficking Check out warnings signs:  #WatchForTrafficking

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Recognizing some Red Flag Questions“Are you alone?” “Do you have a pic?” “What school do you go to?” — #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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Helping children and youth navigate social media and the internet – parents and caregivers must keep up on the latest trends and tools. #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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Walking through a dark alley alone can be dangerous – so can some online spaces.  Trust your instincts – don’t walk down dark internet alleys. Find out a few more safety rules of thumb. #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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What comes to mind when you think of a “human trafficker”? Learn some more surprising myths and start a conversation with your child. #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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Good friends help keep others safe by knowing the dangers of #ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking

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“Would I be okay with this photo being spread around my school?”  …and other questions to ask before sending a pic.#ChildTrafficking #WatchForTrafficking


#WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking #HumanTraffickingAwarenessMonth

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Is your child on Snapchat? Check out app safety tips. #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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Easy & funny ways to say NO when they ask for a pic. #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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Learn how to protect the children and youth in your life. #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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Someone online trying to make your life a nightmare? #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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Resources for keeping children and youth safer online #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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Talk to children and youth about online safety. #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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How to stay safer on social media… #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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Noticing when online relationships are risky #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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4 easy tips to stay safe on social media. #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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Social media: Know the risks and talk to children and youth. #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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How to spot the warning signs of child trafficking #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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Child and youth safety tips for social media. #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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Watch out for your friends and get help if you need it. #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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Seeing danger signs and talking with children and youth. #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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When something online doesn’t feel quite right... #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking 

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Keep children and youth safer: Know the red flags of trafficking  #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking 

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“Are you alone?”... and other red flag phrases.  #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking 

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How to talk with children and youth about online safety. #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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What does a trafficker look like? Myths vs. Reality… #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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Know the dangers and watch out for friends. #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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Is a child or youth in your life being secretive about their online activity? #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking

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About to send a photo? Here’s things to ask yourself first… #WatchForTrafficking #ChildTrafficking


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