The Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking presents: The LCHT Partnership Toolkit

Improve your local partnership’s response to human trafficking.

LCHT’s Partnership Toolkit is a set of resources and tools designed to improve coordination and collaboration between multiple stakeholders involved in the anti-trafficking response in Colorado. Collaboration between organizations who actively work on the prevention of exploitation, protection of survivors, and prosecution of traffickers is difficult but essential work. Strong partnerships are a key ingredient to ending human trafficking.

Partnership resources

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Partnership 101

How do you define a partnership? How will you be intentionally inclusive in your membership?

Partnership Management

Has your partnership set up specific goals and strategies?

Funding Your Partnership

How will you fund your partnerships’ work? What funding sources are available to you?

Trust and Sustainability

How will you maintain trust and resolve conflict?

Survivor Engagement

How will you make your partnership survivor-centered?

The Partnership Toolkit was created by the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking under the leadership of Kara Napolitano, Research and Training Manager. The toolkit draws from a number of sources: most notably,  a similar project undertaken by the University of Nottingham Rights Lab, which provided inspiration for much of the content and organization of this resource. A downloadable Summary Brief of LCHT’s Partnership Toolkit is available here.