Do assembly-style presentations make a difference?

“Almost one out of five central Texas high school students are either approached by a trafficker or are trafficked. Raising awareness can also validate someone’s experience or prompt them to seek help they did not know was available.”

This quote comes from a research article published in the Journal of Human Trafficking in December 2020. This study is so exciting to us at Unbound because it examined our “Keeping Students Safe” program and sought to answer the question: are assembly presentations to high school students effective?

“Keeping Students Safe” is Unbound’s curricula for prevention education, designed to prevent human trafficking among youth by raising their awareness and equipping the adults in their life to intervene. The study found that out of 1,351 students who completed the post-test, 15% (201 students) reported being approached by a trafficker, and 2% (21 students) reported being trafficked.

Each year, Unbound educates thousands of students across the world. As our efforts grow to make sure every student has this vital information, we also see more victims identified and helped.

Learn more about “Keeping Students Safe” and how you can become a licensed presenter.


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