After much thought and discussion regarding the precautions that Washington University is putting into place due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have decided to cancel this event.
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These precautions have been designed with input from the University’s COVID-19 response team, which includes leaders from across the university, including, importantly, infectious disease experts at the School of Medicine. Visit the WashU Information page to learn more.
This event is part of the three-part seminar series, Advocacy Done Right: 2020 Policy Series on Human Trafficking and Human Rights, which helps community members better understand national and local law-making procedures and to play an advocacy role in policy reform in human rights and trafficking.
PART III, Service ProvidersPanel, is intended for direct service providers serving victims and survivors in the St. Louis region to discuss the gaps within current legislation relevant for anti-trafficking and other severe human rights violations and recommend changes to enact new legislation and change the existing legislation and policy practices.
Event Sponsors: Human Trafficking Collaborative Network (HTCN, Institute for Public Health at Washington University and National Council of Jewish Women St. Louis (NCJW)