Round images of five people: Dr. Karlee Sapoznik Evans, Manager of Research and Quality Assurance at the Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth; Ainsley Krone, Acting Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth; Libin Mohamed, Program Manager and Co-Producer at YTGA; Elder Mae Louise Campbell, co-founder of Clan Mothers Healing Village; Elder Laurie Mackenzie, Lived Experience Leader and Board Member, Clan Mothers Healing Village. Other text on image reads: Live Launch, Inside Human Trafficking in Canada. FebruaryOn February 22, National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, the Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth (MACY) and Youth Troopers for Global Action (YTGA) are releasing the first episode of Inside Human Trafficking in Canada, a new seven-part podcast series focused on solutions to end human trafficking in Canada. 

A virtual launch will be held via Zoom webinar at 10 a.m. (CST) featuring podcast guests, Elder Mae Louise Campbell, Elder Laurie Mackenzie, Acting Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth Ainsley Krone, YTGA’s Program Manager and Producer Libin Mohamed, and host Dr. Karlee Sapoznik Evans, Manager of Research and Quality Assurance at MACY. To register, please click here

Inside Human Trafficking in Canada features interviews with lived experience leaders and experts from across Canada, who are working to end human trafficking. Host Dr. Evans is a longstanding social justice and human rights advocate and researcher with experience in anti-slavery, anti-trafficking, genocide prevention, reconciliation, social justice, and human rights projects across Canada and around the world.

The podcast will be available weekly on Tuesdays on streaming platforms, such as Apple Podcasts and Spotify, as well as online. To learn more, visit: https://insidehumantraffickingincanada.wordpress.com/