Human Trafficking Lecture
Apr 2, 2014
4:30 pm until 6:00 pm
The city of Toledo ranks fourth in the nation for sex trafficking arrests and prosecutions among those U.S. cities with Innocence Lost Task Forces.
Dr. Celia Williamson, a professor in the Social Work Department at The University of Toledo, will deliver an informative seminar about this issue. Williamson is a nationally known expert and has presented at several international conferences on the topic.
Her presentation titled “Improving the Human Condition: Responding to Human Trafficking” will focus on human trafficking with particular attention to domestic minor sex trafficking.
She founded the Second Chance program in Lucas County in 1993, the oldest program in the state that works with prostituted women and trafficked youth.
||$5, presale/$6, at door
Driscoll Alumni Center
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