Human Trafficking Symposium
A FACE TO REFRAME exists to prevent human trafficking through
participatory arts, training, and community building.
We envision empowered people who embrace their glory.
Northern Colorado’s First Annual Human Trafficking Symposium is open to students, community members and professionals and is designed to meet various levels of training needs. Students and community members will go through a free track that includes Colorado Human Trafficking Council’s 101 Core Curriculum, all the Plenaries, and sessions on demand, the intersection of business, and localized response and resources. Professionals will choose from 2-3 break-out sessions in each of our 5 time slots. Plenaries will include survivors, authors, and experts in the field.
Plenaries at 8am, 12pm, 4pm (Please note, pre-paid boxed lunches will be available to grab at 11:30 and the Lunch Plenary Sessoin will begin shortly after. You are welcome to bring your own lunch, but there will not be time to go offsite to eat.)
Prevention: What do mentors, youth workers, educators DO to prevent this among youth?
Legislation: What do we need to know about working with law enforcement and the justice system?
Labor Trafficking: What are we missing in Colorado?
Therapeutic Modalities: Secondary trauma and self-care and best practices
Medical: Signs and Beyond
Unique Challenges of Seving LGBTQIA
Unique Challenges in Identifying and Serving Males
The Art of Asking Good Questions of Youth
*Business: Intersections with labor and sex
*Larimer Response Protocol and Resources
*Academic: How to incorporate HT into coursework
Date: Thursday, February 22nd
Time: 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Company: Richardson Foundation
Location: Lory Student Center, 1101 Center Avenue Mall Fort Collins, Colorado 80523