In the broader conversation of human trafficking, labor trafficking is often overlooked and under-prosecuted. This presentation was designed by IPATH’s Labor Trafficking Committee to expand the conversation and address the overlapping worlds of labor and sex trafficking.
This Zoom presentation is meant to equip multi-disciplinary professionals with a knowledge and skillset to better prevent, detect, and prosecute labor trafficking as well as serve and empower survivors of trafficking in Indiana. With a special focus on the immigrant population, the presenters will utilize case studies and professional experiences to illustrate ways that labor trafficking exists within our own communities. Attendees will walk away with the ability to define labor trafficking, identify vulnerable populations, recognize common tactics used by traffickers, understand the needs of labor trafficking survivors, and most importantly, how to address labor trafficking using a survivor-centered approach.
One CEU will be offered to participants.
Mon, August 24, 2020
1:30pm - 3:00pm
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