PLAW: A Deeper Look Into Human Trafficking: Contemporary Slavery, The Sex Trade, And Beyond

Date

January 28, 2013 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm

This event will provide an overview of the state of human trafficking as well as the legal frameworks in place that attempt to regulate and end illegal trafficking. We will shed light into ways that human trafficking has changed over time, as well as discuss other facets of human trafficking, beyond sex trade, that are often overlooked.
Speakers:
Suzanne Tomatore, Esq. Director, Immigrant Women & Children Project & Co-chair, Freedomnetwork USA
Christa M. Stewart, Esq., Coordinator, NYS Human Trafficking and Unaccompanied Children Programs Bureau of Refugee & Immigrant Assistance/OTDA
Moderated by Teresa M. Woods, Clinical Teaching Fellow/Visiting Instructor, Human Rights and Genocide Clinic, Benjamin Cardozo School of Law

Location

Cardozo School of Law Room 204

Event type

Plaw