San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Trafficking in persons continues as a severe violation of human rights around the world. Women and girls, in particular, are vulnerable to human trafficking in a variety of sectors, and they experience coercion, abuse, and a climate of fear in their work. This panel will feature discussion by program and policy experts as they examine the dynamics of vulnerabilities, and the promotion of human rights-based and long-term solutions to trafficking in persons.
- Sienna Baskin, Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Center
- Florrie Burke, Consultant
- Shani Jamila, Human Rights Project at the Urban Justice Center
- Avaloy Lanning, Safe Horizon Anti-Trafficking Program
- Suzanne Tomatore, City Bar Justice Center Immigrant Women and Children Project
- Moderated by Ivy Suriyopas, Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund
Sponsors: New York Anti-Trafficking Network, Human Rights Project at the Urban Justice Center, Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Center, Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, Safe Horizon
An NGO Commission on the Status of Women Forum Parallel Event
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New York Anti-Trafficking Network
The New York Anti-Trafficking Network (NYATN) a network of diverse service providers and advocates in New York dedicated to ending human trafficking and coordinating resources for trafficked persons.