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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

ICGC Brown Bag: "Human Trafficking: An Overview Beyond Conventional Comprehension"

"Human Trafficking: An Overview Beyond Conventional Comprehension" will be presented by Humphrey Fellow Veerendra Mishra this Friday, February 1st at noon in 537 Heller Hall.

ICGC Brown Bag
Friday, February 1, 2013 12:00 noon, 537 Heller Hall
"Human Trafficking: an overview beyond conventional comprehension"
Presented by: Veerendra Mishra,
Humphrey Fellow,Humphrey School of Public Affairs
Reports estimate that more than 27 million persons are victimized through human trafficking every year. Human trafficking is a more than 32 billion dollar industry, the world's second largest and fastest growing criminal industry. It is an organized crime and gross violation of human rights called 'Modern day Slavery'. There is still a lot to be known about different dimensions of human trafficking. Comprehending the problem remains a challenge. How do we combat trafficking unless we understand it?
For an event flyer, please click here.