“Disrupting Human Trafficking: Organizing Community Response”
October 5 @ 8:00 am - 2:30 pm
Registration for the Fall webinars is now open!
You will see that our first webinars begin at 10 AM on September 26 with immigration and labor trafficking attorney Seth Lupton, Esq, of Lupton Law, LLC discussing labor trafficking, and at 2 PM Brian Moore will talk about the relationship between schools and human trafficking and focus on what educators need to know.
On October 31 we will have Tanya Johnson, LMSW and mental health clinician with expertise in managing the foster care system talk about why children in foster care are at high risk for being trafficked. Then, at 2 PM Dr. Ray Carr, Director of the Criminal Justice Institute will present a session on profiling offenders.
November brings us more sessions with Dr. Shiloh Andrus presenting on developing emotional intelligence strategies for helping professionals, followed by Claudine Wiant, J.D. discussing how social media has become the new recruiting ground for traffickers.
October 5th In-Person Conference at the New Castle Campus:
If you are in the area, we are once again presenting our in-person human trafficking symposium! This will be our first- time post-pandemic to gather at our New Castle campus for a day-long event with a choice of 22 different breakout sessions spread across 3rounds during the day. There will be plenty of time to network and reconnect with colleagues!
This year’s focus is Disrupting Human Trafficking: Organizing Community Response.
Registration is now open:
Early bird registration is $20.00 until September 5th. After that registration jumps to $30.00.
NO WALK-INS WILL BE ACCEPTED. ALL attendees MUST register by September 29th.
Cannot attend in person? There is an online option to attend available.
Looking forward to seeing you 😊
Johanna P. Bishop, Ed.D., CPT