A NEW Justice U certification PROGRAM:

Essential Knowledge for Addressing the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Georgia

Equipping critical roles and professions with skills to prevent and address CSEC.

A pilot version of this program will begin in June 2021. If you are a Georgia learner and would like to participate in the pilot, please sign up below to be notified when the pilot is beginning.

THIS SERIES IS CREATED WITH SUPPORT & PARTNERSHIP by:

Thank you to AMERIGROUP, THE DEVELOPMENT SPONSOR FOR THIS SERIES

Thank you to Street Grace, our georgia-based live event training partner

Review program details

View the program details in the brochure below:

Download program brochure.

Sign up to be part of the June 2021 pilot group

All participants in the June 2021 pilot group will receive all planned digital credentials and CE credit opportunities.

Pilot group participants will be asked to complete a survey about your experience, to inform ongoing efforts around providing this educational experience.

Step 1 of 2
Selected Value: 0
0 - No Knowledge // 1 - Fundamental Awareness (basic knowledge) // 2 - Novice (limited experience) // 3 - Intermediate (practical application) 4 - Advanced (applied theory) // 5 - Expert (recognized authority)

Get to know Justice U

The fact is: human trafficking is happening everywhere.

No nation and no community is immune. To become part of the solution to end it, the essential first step is gaining the knowledge you need.

That’s where Justice U comes in.

Justice U is a new learning platform that quickly delivers knowledge from experts in the anti-trafficking movement to massive audiences who need it, with the tools every modern learner needs today.

Justice U™ was created by AFRJ®, and is powered by Altus™.

What we love about Justice U

Research-based instructional approaches

Course content and activities are based on identified critical learning objectives, so the expected outcomes are always transparent and achievable. Most courses can be completed within 1 to 3 hours.

 

Global and local perspectives

All courses consider global perspectives and contexts, as well as localized realities and issues. Through both lenses, learners will be empowered to be thoughtful and effective.

 

Deep subject matter expertise

Content is based on years of research and strong working relationships with direct service providers, government officials, law enforcement, survivors, and justice advocates everywhere.

 

Real-world application

Justice U courses are purposefully designed to help you understand and have an impact on issues happening right now, in your world.

 

Intuitive and mobile-friendly design

Our goal is to make your entire Justice U experience easy and intuitive so you can focus on building the knowledge and skills you need–and not on fighting technology.

 

Interactive activities

In Justice U courses, you’ll have many different ways to interact with what you’re learning–whether it’s diving deeper into a topic or applying recently formed knowledge in a new context.

 

Effective and inspiring partnerships

Justice U is thrilled to have close partners collaborating together, including Indiana University Center for the Study of Global Change, Expedite, the AFRJ and the AFRJ Freedom Council, the Engage Together® Team, TopTal, Anthem, Amerigroup, and more.

 

Digital badges and certifications

As you complete courses and milestones, you’ll earn badges and credentials, making it easy to mark your own progress, encourage others to pursue learning goals with Justice U, and clearly show evidence of your knowledge. Pass a course, earn a badge. Pass a full series, earn a digital certificate. Learn more about badges.

 

Care for our learners and teams

Justice U prioritizes a culture of care for both our team and our learners. We know that learning about human trafficking can be triggering for some learners. Our courses are therefore carefully designed to be learner-sensitive and trauma-informed. We implement intentional and specialized techniques to provide care for all of our learners.