2020 Northern Colorado Human Trafficking Symposium
The 2020, Northern Colorado Human Trafficking Symposium is scheduled for February 6th, 2020 and will be held in the Lory Student Center at Colorado State University from 11.00 AM to 6.00 PM. Please save this date on your calendar and plan to join us.
The Northern Colorado Human Trafficking Symposium is an annual conference hosted at Colorado State University that seeks to engage and educate on the issue of human trafficking through research, training and collaboration. The theme for the 2020 symposium is ‘Joining Forces on the Frontlines’.
The event will feature key-note speakers: Sean Reyes, Attorney General of Utah, Ruth Dearnley, CEO of Stop the Traffik and Megan Lundstrom, Founder and Executive Director of Free Our Girls, as well as presentations by survivors, professionals, leading academic researchers in the field and influential allies against modern slavery.
Separate tracks for general information, professional training, and research will provide opportunities for anyone who attends to grow in their understanding and commitment to anti-human trafficking work in Northern Colorado and beyond. Specifically, the 2020 symposium offers three tracks: a ‘101’ Awareness Track for community members, a ‘201’ Professional track for professionals who seek advanced training and a ‘301’ research track for researchers and academics that will highlight cutting-edge research in the field.
Here is a link to the official website: https://nocohumantraffickingsymposium.org/
Date: Thursday, February 6th
Time: 11:00 AM- 6:00 PM
Company: Colorado State University
Location: Lory Student Center @ Colorado State University