School of Law: Human Trafficking 101 Training Workshop

Friday, November 14

Time: 4 p.m. — 6 p.m.

Location: Joseph E. Keller Hall Room 103

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Tags:  School of Law

This workshop, open to law faculty, staff and students, will discuss the definition, scope and prevalence of human trafficking in the U.S., with a focus on Ohio. Participants will learn how and where human trafficking takes place, the psychological and physical effects of trafficking on victims, how to identify and help victims, and how to join or develop local coalitions in their communities. Finally, this training will discuss ways to get more involved including volunteer opportunities! Certified through Abolition Ohio and Salvation Army Central Ohio Rescue and Restore Coalition.

Dinner will be provided. Students can earn 2 hours of pro bono hours.

The speaker/trainer for the session will be Mali Khantrece, Co-Founder/President of the Human Rights Advocacy & Awareness Group and President of the Women’s Caucus 2014-15 student organizations.

Please RSVP by Wednesday, Nov. 12, below.

Contact Information:

Name:  Nan Holler-Potter
Phone:  937-229-3555