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Understanding and Responding to Labor Trafficking (Webinar)

Event Dates
All times are Eastern Time unless noted otherwise.
Location
online

Despite the prevalence of labor trafficking, survivors are often overlooked and misidentified. Many are trafficked in common industries like housekeeping, restaurant services, and farm labor, and are thus hidden in plain sight. In criminal court settings, survivors of sex trafficking are increasingly identified among those facing criminal charges, but anecdotal reports suggest that labor trafficking survivors are prosecuted without being identified as victims.

Join MOSAICS’ next webinar to increase your knowledge of the dynamics of labor trafficking, and what criminal courts need to know to respond to it. This webinar will cover—

  • the experiences of labor trafficking survivors,
  • the challenges of identifying labor trafficking survivors, and
  • innovative labor trafficking survivor responses from criminal courts.

Event Type
Webinar
Event Option(s)
Live, Online
Sponsor(s)
MOSAICS
Contact
Register online
Registration Status
Open
Date Created: July 10, 2020