The University of Toledo is currently accepting abstract submissions for their 13th annual Human Trafficking & Social Justice Conference.
Since 2004, The Annual International Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference has been bringing together researchers, practitioners, and individuals with lived experience in an effort to lay the groundwork for future collaborative research, advocacy, and program development.
Presenters from around the world are invited to share their knowledge and personal stories about human trafficking and social justice. Many have engaged in research, programming, activism, and advocacy, while others have had first-hand experience as victims and survivors.
Vendors who operate as social enterprises will be on-site to sell jewelry and other items that benefit vulnerable populations.
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