Global Cooperation in the Fight Against Human Trafficking

May 7 @ 6:00 pm CST

Human trafficking knows no boundaries, but neither do the efforts of those committed to ending the transportation of people from one country to another for forced labor or commercial sexual exploitation.

Join us for an evening seminar that will connect local anti-trafficking professionals with their international counterparts, inform the general public on a timely issue with both local and global relevance, and engage students and community members committed to ending human exploitation, wherever it takes place. This program is ideal for those working across sectors to end human trafficking, including community members, government and law enforcement officials, legislators, journalists, and representatives from human rights organizations.
 
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