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Numbers and Narratives: Inclusive Human Trafficking Research

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Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church

7 West 55th Street

New York, NY 10019

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Womankind is hosting its sixth annual anti-human trafficking conference. We will discuss what inclusivity means in human trafficking research and determine its importance in both anti-human trafficking service provision as well as for the communities we serve. Join us as we explore this topic and strive to understand ways in which we can makes sense of the numbers and narratives we consume on a daily basis. Conference panelists are below:

Aya Tasaki – Manager, Policy and Advocacy (Womankind)
Dr. Meredith Dank – Research Professor (John Jay College of Criminal Justice)
Jessica Peñaranda – Director of Movement Building (Urban Justice Center)
Dr. Amanda M Stylianou – Associate Vice President, Quality & Program Development (Safe Horizon)

Note: The conference is free but an RSVP is required. Translators may be available. For language availability or other questions, please reach us at HT@iamwk.org.

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