What do you know about human trafficking? What do you need to know? What can we do to end this evil? Join us on the third Thursday of the month this spring for "Human Trafficking & Forced Labor: An Introduction to the Problem, Those Fighting It, and What You Can Do." This Zoom series hosted by the Center for Social Concerns will feature a diversity of leaders and experts in the fight against against human trafficking and forced labor. The seminars are free and open to the public.
ND in the Fight Against Human Trafficking
Moderator: Brett Beasley, Associate Director and Term Assistant Teaching Professor
Understanding the business model that preys on the vulnerable in sex trafficking.
Mark Schroeder Jr., Business on the Front Lines, Mendoza College of Business
Erin Bierbusse, Business on the Front Lines, Mendoza College of Business
Campus Advocacy: Teaching, Awareness and Action
Ella Wood, Program of Liberal Studies, Co-president Notre Dame Chapter of International Justice Mission
Protecting the Vulnerable in Notre Dame Supply Chains and the Manufacture of Notre Dame Licensed Products
Tomi Gerhold, Director of Licensing, University of Notre Dame.
How to attend
The seminars are free and open to the public. RSVP below to gain Zoom access to participate in any or all of these sessions.