A national conference on Human Trafficking: Awareness and Response, will be held for both faculty and students, anti-trafficking advocacy professionals and others, April 5-6 at the University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS. Participants are invited to (1) present papers, which will be vetted and possibly published in an academic journal; (2) or share professional insights on the spread of human trafficking nationally and internationally and ways to combat it.
The keynote speaker is Rachel Moran, founding member of SPACE International (Survivors of Prostitution Abuse Calling for Enlightenment) and author of ‘Paid For - My Journey Through Prostitution’ (2013). She speaks regularly at the United Nations in New York, the European Parliament in Brussels and has spoken numerous times at Columbia and Harvard Universities and other noted international places of learning.
This is the fourth human rights conference sponsored by the USM Center for Human Rights and Civil Liberties.
Registration deadline March 1, 2019. (please site h-net)