Human Trafficking Academy 2015
St. Thomas University School of Law's LL.M./J.S.D. Program in Intercultural Human Rights has developed and guides The Human Trafficking Academy, a project originally funded by the Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance. Directed by Dr. Roza Pati, the project aims at conducting education, outreach and research in the field. In particular, it offers specialized training and technical assistance to law enforcement, lawyers, healthcare providers, teachers, students, researchers, religious institutions and the community at large on issues related to the crime of trafficking in persons. Year around, the Academy reaches out to the community, in so many ways: presentations, conferences, symposia, round-tables, work-shops; from schools to churches, from colleges to police departments, to city halls, to State Attorneys offices and various governmental departments.
Human Trafficking Academy 2015 will be held in December 7 – 11, 2015.
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Curriculum & Instructors
Using a multidisciplinary approach, the Academy aims at providing effective tools to increase the awareness about human trafficking, identify and protect human trafficking victims and develop strategies to prevent and effectively combat this crime. The Academy 2015 consists of over twenty courses to choose from. We expect a very diverse group of professionals: attorneys, prosecutors, academics, students, social service providers, religious groups' representatives, law enforcement officials, health care professionals. For this reason, this year's Academy will offer from basic to intermediate to advanced courses, to make sure you will be well-versed and highly empowered with knowledge and skills in doing your job at your very best.
These courses will be taught by some of the top experts nation-wide: academics and practitioners with long-time and first-hand experience in combating trafficking in persons.
The Training is Offered On Campus and On-Line.
Stay tuned for more information coming soon.
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