CFP [Due – June 30]: Human Trafficking & Social Justice Conference

12th Annual Human Trafficking & Social Justice Conference

Call for Abstracts

The 12th Annual Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference is pleased to announce a call for abstracts. We would like to invite you to submit an abstract for consideration. The length of abstracts should be no more than 3,000 characters. The abstract must identify objectives to be achieved in the session. Abstracts that do not contain objectives will not be considered. Please make your abstract clear, interesting, with valuable information because abstracts will be printed in the conference packet for attendees to make decisions on which sessions to attend.

We also request that you submit a brief personal/professional bio of 500 characters or less. Your bio must include your educational background (if relevant), your experience, and any other information that demonstrates your expertise in the area of which you are presenting. Your bio will be used to secure continuing educational credits for professionals attending the conference and to introduce you in your conference session.

The conference will be held on Thursday, September 10th and Friday, September 11th, 2015 on the campus of The University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio. Interested parties should submit their abstracts via our website at and click on the ABSTRACT link. Submissions due: June 30th, 2015.

Areas of Interest:

· Violence and the Sex Trade

· Children and Teen Victims of Trafficking

· International Trafficking

· HIV & other Health Related Risks

· Programming Models and Funding

· Domestic Trafficking

· Personal Experiences in the Sex Trade

· Drug Addiction and the Sex Trade

· Men & Boys in the Sex Trade

· Children of Women in the Sex Industry

· Neighborhood & Community Responses

· Emotional Health

· Target Assessment & Effective Intervention

· Paradigms, Perspectives & Policies

· LGBTQ Experience

· Advocacy & Social Action

· Survivor Experiences and Stories

· Law Enforcement Perspectives

· Coalition Building and Consciousness Raising

· Social Justice

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