San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Kansas Freedom Network
October 4, 9:30-5:00
Washburn University, Memorial Union, Washburn A
This event is for anyone addressing
Human Trafficking in Kansas.
Understand what is being done in Kansas to address human trafficking and what still needs to be done.
Share resources, brainstorm strategies and identify gaps that keep us from effectively preventing human trafficking and helping victim/survivors.
Develop a network of organizations addressing Human Trafficking in Kansas.
Learn how the new 2012 Kansas anti-human trafficking legislation (SB 61/HB 2034) will be implemented and what it will mean for Kansas.
Early bird registration $15.00 by October 2
Registration at the door $20.00
Organizations are encouraged to bring literature to share!
Sponsored by: WU Women's and Gender Studies, STARS (Stop Trafficking and Reject Slavery), Stepping Stones Child Advocacy Center
When & Where
Sponsors include: WU Women's and Gender Studies, Stop Trafficking and Reject Slavery, Stepping Stones Child Advocacy Center