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Region 10: Human Trafficking: 2019
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Human trafficking is a worldwide modern-day slavery issue that affects 46 million people. The mojority of people that are trafficked are women and children. These victims/survivors are forced into slave labor, sexually abused and other forms of trafficking.

When: Sunday, January 20, 2019
1:30 - 3:00 PM
Where: Pittsfield Branch - Ann Arbor District Library
2359 Oak Valley Dr
Ann Arbor, Michigan  48103
United States
Contact: Tricia McCarthy
517.487.1548 x16

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Human Trafficking: 2019           1.5 CE


If social workers are to assume a leadership role in ensuring and promoting human rights, they need to be knowledgeable about human trafficking and modern-day slavery and apply their tools and skills broadly and creatively, taking into account issues of culture, power, privilege, and oppression. This effort includes collaborating across professions; intervening in local, state, and national policy arenas as advocates and thought leaders; recognizing, assisting, and supporting victims and survivors; and galvanizing others to do so as well.


Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will gain an understanding of the reach of modern day slavery in their own community
  • Attendees will be able to undersatnd the difficulty in correctly identifying hidden victims of trafficking
  • Attendees will gain an understanding of the services provided/not provided for survivors


Presenter: David Manville, LMSW, ACSW



FREE to NASW Members

$25.00 for future members


This workshop will count towards the required human trafficking training for licensed health professionals. Approved for 1.5 Ethics CE for social workers by the Michigan Continuing Education Collaborative.

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