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Knoxville Convention Exhibition Center

701 Henley Street

Knoxville, TN 37902

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We believe that collaboration strengthens positive change in our community.

When it comes to intervention and aftercare services for survivors of human trafficking (HT) and child abuse and neglect (CAN), it can be challenging to coordinate with multiple agency partners effectively and efficiently. If all involved parties could better understand HT and CAN, how these issues relate to one another, and what we could all do to make our partners’ work easier, wouldn’t our overall response to these issues in our community be so much more effective?

It Takes All of Us welcomes Knoxville-area government agencies, law enforcement, NGOs, direct service providers, and community members as a whole to learn more about HT, CAN, and strengthening interagency collaboration in Knox County and surrounding counties in response to these crimes.

Join us! If there’s anything we’ve learned from working to create change in our community, it’s that we cannot do it alone.


DOORS OPEN + APPETIZERS 5 PM

PROGRAM BEGINS 5:45 PM

Featuring words from keynote speaker Minky Worden, Human Rights Watch Director of Global Initiatives, followed by a panel discussion among representatives from law enforcement, local nonprofits, and regional direct service providers.

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