E-Study

Ending Child Sex Trafficking in the U.S. and Minnesota

This e-study explores the mobilization of a cross-sector network to transform Minnesota into a “Safe Harbor” for children being prostituted. Instructors will find this case useful in teaching cross-boundary leadership, policy field analysis, and policy design and implementation by a network. This case utilizes news reports, video clips, scholarly articles, podcasts, and web links to examine the leadership and policy lessons from the efforts to pass, design, and implement Safe Harbor legislation at a statewide level.
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