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“Online Conference: "Best Practices in Combatting Human Trafficking in the United States"”
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
2:00 - 4:00 pm
Online Conference

As part of the
“Best Practices to Combat Human Trafficking”
Online Conference Series
The Program on Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery

presents

BEST PRACTICES TO COMBAT HUMAN TRAFFICKING
IN THE UNITED STATES

featuring

Kevin Koliner
Assistant U.S. Attorney, South Dakota

Sergeant Chris Bray
Phoenix Police Department, Arizona

Norma Ramos
Executive Director, Coalition Against Trafficking in Women

moderated by

Jeff Gulati
Associate Professor of Political Science,
Bentley University, Massachusetts

Every year, thousands of men, women, and children are trafficked into the United States according to the U.S. government. Victims are trafficked for the purpose of commercial sexual exploitation, labor, and debt bondage. U.S. citizen victims are also trafficked within and outside the country. According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, approximately 100,000 U.S. children each year are victims of commercial sexual exploitation.

The United States uses a four paradigm approach in combating human trafficking: prevention, protection, prosecution, and partnerships. In addition to the U.S. federal law, the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA), states have also passed their own individual state laws to address human trafficking.

What is currently being done to respond to and combat trafficking in the United States? What is succeeding? What isn't? The panel will tackle challenges and lessons learned in combating human trafficking from a victim-centered, enforcement, and prevention perspective.

Co-sponsonsored with:
the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Harvard Kennedy School

More information can be found on the conference registration page.


Event Follow-up:

A recording of the webinar and its associated slides is now available at:
    http://www.innovations.harvard.edu/xchat-transcript.html?chid=366

Accessing the Conference Recording: To access the conference archive, you must first register at the Ash Institute's online conference web site. Registration is free and takes only a few seconds. Anyone who registered and/or attended the original on-line event does not need to reregister.


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