FSU Center for Advancement of Human Rights

FSU CENTER FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS EMERGING PROMISING PRACTICES AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING CONFERENCE

On the afternoon of the first day, January 31, an introductory basic “101 human trafficking training” will be offered. This training is for those who are not familiar with the topic and want a basic understanding of human trafficking. The second and third day of the conference, February 1-2, will focus on emerging promising practices in the anti-trafficking field. Experts in the field will share their insights on promising practices within their respective realms of anti-trafficking work. Interested social service providers, agency stakeholders, community organizations and student groups are welcome to table during the conference.

engage the legal system

Human Trafficking and the Justice System: Emerging Issues and Taking Action

Human trafficking law and policy experts will explore a wide range of topics and focus on how we, as a community, can engage more fully to see just and fair outcomes in trafficking cases. They will answer the question: What can we all do to bring a “full cup of justice” to trafficking survivors and ensure that all in the justice system are informed and aware of the prevalence of human trafficking and its impacts on clients and cases.