February 02, 2005
Tulane University Law School will host an important event dedicated to human trafficking. This issue, closely linked with globalization, impacts all aspects of our global community – from our economy to our safety to our very human and civil rights.
The symposium, entitled, "Trafficking in Persons: Global Crisis, Global Perspective," will take place at Tulane Law School from April 7th-9th, 2005 and will feature ten panels over three days as well as a screening of David Feingold’s award-winning documentary “Trading Women.”
Panelists include leaders in the discussion on human trafficking in the areas of identification, prosecution, enforcement, and rehabilitation. The panelists will be drawn from around the globe including from the front lines in Europe, South Asia, South East Asia, as well as in the US.
The symposium is sponsored by the World Affairs Forum at Tulane, the Tulane Law School Human Rights Law Society, the Tulane Law Women Society, and the Tulane International Law Society.
For more information, please contact the Symposium Chair, A. Brooke Bennett, at 504 931 5895 or
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