Human Trafficking: This Century's Greatest Human Rights Challenge
Presentations will be made by the following Ohio social justice leaders and survivors of Human Trafficking and will focus on education on the issues, understanding victims and traffickers,outreach and engagement opportunities, and restorative justice and other legal strategies:
- Connie Anderson, Director of Justice Ministries for the Great Lakes Region of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
- Judge Herbert, started CATCH Court, which received a national award as the most innovative court program in the country.
- Celia Williamson, Ph.D., University of Toledo, Founder of the Human Trafficking and Social Justice Institute, 72 scholarly presentations, 11 keynote addresses, 27 publications on Human Trafficking and Managing Editor of the International Journal of Human Trafficking.
- Kimberly Jordan, J.D., The Ohio State University College of Law, Director of a Juvenile Clinic for Human Trafficking Victims.
- One or more speakers who were victims of Human Trafficking.
Why You Should Attend:
- There are more human slaves today than at any time in human history.
- There are estimated to be 27 millions adults and 13 million children who are victims of human trafficking around the world.
- Approximately 30,000 victims die each year from abuse, disease, torture and neglect.
- Human Trafficking revenues are expected to surpass the drug trade in the near future.
- Christian Legal Society - Columbus Chapter.
- Student Christian Legal Society Chapters from The Ohio State University, Capital University, Case University, Toledo University, and Ohio Northern University.
- InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
Saxbe Auditorium at The Ohio State University College of Law (View)
55 West 12th Avenue
Columbus , OH 43210
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