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Event Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Trafficking
When Thursday, February 28, 2013 from 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Where ICC 302-P
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Details On the back of ISIM’s successful Anti-Human Trafficking Symposium co-sponsored with Deloitte, this inter-disciplinary lunchtime presentation will bring together three diverse perspectives on this prominent issue. ISIM’s Dr. Elzbieta Gozdziak will discuss the Institute’s extensive research in the area focusing on the newest collaboration with the US Conference of Catholic Bishops on analyzing extant data on 3000 victims trafficked to the US. Major Dave Blair will explore three key elements of shared online safe spaces that have the capacity to enhance partnerships and will discuss tools to plug civil society into the anti-trafficking movement. Ms. Chloe Smith will discuss the potential benefits of complementing existing legal structures with psychosocial services.
Access » This event is limited to Georgetown University students, faculty and staff.
Contact Abbie Taylor (act64@georgetown.edu)
Sponsors Institute for the Study of International Migration
Web site For more information, see http://isim.georgetown.edu/
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