In recognition of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, join the Honors College for a discussion with the staff of SERV (Services Empowering Rights of Victims), the NJ State designated sexual violence and domestic violence service provider in our local counties. During this conversation, students will be introduced to the issue of human trafficking and will be provided information on the federal definition of human trafficking, types of trafficking and tactics used by traffickers to recruit and train victims, indicators that an individual may be a victim of human trafficking, state and federal laws on trafficking, community outreach strategies, and anti-trafficking programs and resources. At the conclusion of this program, students will have a greater awareness of human trafficking and ways to address it in their community.
SERV provides support to hundreds of survivors of violence each year so that they can begin their journey toward healing and empowerment. To learn more, please visit: https://www.centerffs.org/serv/welcome
Location: West ABC
Date & Time
January 25, 2017
4:30 pm-6:00 pm