Here are some highlights for our upcoming Human Trafficking Conference. Join us at the Dearborn Convention Center on October 15th-16th.
Survivors Speak Out–Labor and sexual victims who started the long journey to survival will recount their experiences. They’ll describe what was of value to them along the journey and what was not as helpful.
Coleen Owensfrom Washington DC will be a key note speaker addressing the chronicles of labor traffickers who commit crimes against workers in agriculture, domestic work, hotels, and construction.
Becca Stevensfrom Thistle Farms-Magdalene, in Nashville, Tenn. will also be a key note speaker. She is one of the premiere speakers in the United States working with communities of women who have survived human trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.
Bridgette Carr Professor and Director of the world-wide renowned Trafficking Clinic at the University of Michigan Law School will be speaking at the Conference on “Myths surrounding human trafficking and how this harms victims”.
To register for the conference, visit www.michiganprosecutor.org. Click on training and then human trafficking. The cost of registration is $125 although applications for scholarships for police officer and survivors are being accepted. For more information or assistance registering, call 517-881-8013.
Please note that the conference is MCOLES approved. Social work CEs will also be available at no extra cost.