Combating Trafficking in Persons

Trafficking in Persons (TIP) is a modern form of slavery involving the control of a person through force, fraud, or coercion. Unfortunately, in the development industry, we often operate in contexts and countries at higher risk for TIP. This course is designed to help CNFA's employees understand the different types of TIP, identify TIP or risk of TIP in a project context, develop protocol to address instances of TIP, and comply with required United States Government regulations.

This is a required course under CNFA's Ethics Program. At the close of this training, there will be a brief assessment to ensure employees completed the course material. 

What is TIP?

Definition

Key Elements of TIP

Statistics

Types of TIP

Introduction

Sex Trafficking

Forced Labor

Case Study

Child Soldiering

Risk Factors and Trends

Common Risk Factors

At-Risk Environments

Risk to CNFA and Prevention

Compliance and Regulations

Regulatory Basis for TIP

Applicability

Provision Contents

Due Diligence

Subs and Grantees

Assessment

Introduction

1. True or False

2. What is the proper course of action if you become aware of a TIP violation?

Consider the appropriate response, such as removing the employee or terminating the subaward
Discuss method of informing the CO or AO, in consultation with HQ
Report the incident using the Trafficking Hotline or email address
Contact your supervisor and CNFA's Chief Operating Officer

3. Fill in the Blanks

4. What are some common risk factors that might lead to TIP? Click as many as apply.

5. Under contracts, where would one find regulations on TIP compliance?

6. What is the minimum award value requiring subrecipients to provide an annual certification and TIP compliance plan?

7. Who does the TIP provision apply to? Check all that apply.

8. What are the three types of trafficking?

9. True or False

10. Use the Drop Down to select the appropriate word and complete the definition.

Conclusion