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By Kirsten Foot

In the struggle opposed to human trafficking, cross-sector collaboration is vital—but frequently, systemic tensions undermine the effectiveness of those alliances. Kirsten Foot explores the main powerful resources of such problems, providing insights and instruments that leaders in each zone can use to re-think the facility dynamics of partnering.

Weaving jointly views from many sectors together with enterprise, donor foundations, mobilization and advocacy NGOs, religion groups, and survivor-activists, in addition to executive businesses, legislations enforcement, and prone of sufferer companies, Foot assesses how adjustments in social place (financial wellbeing and fitness, race, gender, etc.) and sector-based values give a contribution to interpersonal, inter-organizational, and cross-sector demanding situations. She convincingly demonstrates that discovering positive paths via such multi-level tensions—by making use of a mixture of shared management, strategic making plans, and specific practices of verbal exchange and organization—can in flip facilitate extra strong and sustainable collaborative efforts. An appendix offers workouts to be used in construction, comparing, and trouble-shooting multi-sector collaborations, in addition to hyperlinks to on-line instruments and proposals for added resources.

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