New Podcast: Sandy Skelaney on Working With Victims of Sex Trafficking


NCFY's latest podcast features Sandy Skelaney, who directs Project GOLD, a Miami program that reaches out to young female victims of sex trafficking. Skelaney spoke with NCFY about the specific dangers that victims of sex trafficking face, and the steps she and her colleagues take to assist them.

Listen to the podcast and read the transcript.

More From NCFY on Commercially Sexually Exploited Youth

NCFY has interviewed several leaders in the movement to combat sex trafficking: Rachel Lloyd, founder of GEMS, one of the first programs for trafficked girls, and Malika Saada Saar, founder of The Rebecca Project for Human Rights.

We also interviewed a former victim of trafficking about her experiences and how she exited "the life" of prostitution.

Our brochure "Bought and Sold" helps youth workers identify and help sexually exploited young people.

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