Evaluating Counter-Trafficking Programs: Bridging Social Equity and Inclusion Gaps
Led by the Washington Evaluators, October 6th, 11:00am-12:00pm ET
Human trafficking is a transnational threat, generating more than $150 billion annually, that preys on society’s most vulnerable populations in every sector of the economy. EnCompass, a woman-owned business with a strong focus on social equity and inclusion, has been working for nearly four years with the US State Department to conduct a variety of evaluations to understand how projects to counter Trafficking in Persons (C/TIP) programs unfold, perform, and produce impact for communities, countries and regions across numerous labor industries.
In this presentation, Drs. Kim Norris and Pragati Godbole will provide a window into how we conduct our work to ensure we are meeting EnCompass’ high standards for social equity and inclusion, and how we address challenges in this work. Attendees are expected to learn and discuss how EnCompass supports social equity and inclusion in process and performance evaluations of vulnerable populations at highest risk of being trafficked. Preparation and monitoring are crucial. Keywords include how we work to listen, learn, engage, share and grow during the process -- we hope, as much as others working with us, do.
This event is open to WE members. If you have questions about this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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