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Sex Trafficking through a Social Work Lens

The Feminist Caucus in collaboration with the Queer Caucus, Social Work Arts Group (SWAG), New Media Caucus, Men’s Caucus and Criminal Justice Caucus is hosting a dynamic and thought-provoking event about human and sex trafficking.  

Wednesday, February 22 at 8:10PM
Columbia University School of Social Work
(1255 Amsterdam Ave) Room C03

We will be featuring a screening of the documentary “What I Have Been Through Is Not Who I Am“, followed by a panel discussion and Q&A session.

The panel will feature

Carol Smolenski, Executive Director of ECPAT-USA
Aditi Bhattacharya, Outreach Coordinator for New York Asian Women’s Center (NYAWC)
Sarah Dolan, Advocate Counselor at Sanctuary for Families

All of the speakers will discuss their experiences working in renowned agencies that fight sexual exploitation, trafficking, and violence.

Click here for updates on the conference! Registration coming soon!

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2 Comments

  1. RoninAD says:

    Reblogged this on Men's Caucus @CUSSW and commented:

    Talk about collaboration, this is going to be a great event dealing with an important issue for social work and many other disciplines, hence all the co-sponsors. Please join us on Wednesday, Feb. 22 at 8:10PM!

  2. Social workers might appreciate this post, as I believe shelters and good social services are more important for fighting trafficking than the criminal approach: http://sexworksextrade.wordpress.com/2012/02/19/why-the-anti-trafficking-movement-and-the-sex-workers-rights-movement-need-to-work-together/

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