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Human Trafficking Summit - Human Trafficking: A Community Perspective

April 29, 2015

Human Trafficking Summit - Human Trafficking: A Community Perspective

Human Trafficking: A Community Perspective Jen Bennecke, Executive Director, Governor’s Office for Children and Families Phil Cobb, Urban Ministries Coordinator, North Avenue Presbyterian Church/Street Grace
Kaffie McCullough, Campaign Director, A Future. Not a Past. Pamela Perkins Carn, Coordinator, Interfaith Children’s Movement.
Moderator: Janice M. Barrocas, The Barrocas Group

The United States Attorney’s Office Human Trafficking Summit was held at Georgia State University on August 1, 2011 with over 400 participants, ranging from law enforcement, service providers, families, victims, and community groups, with the goal of training, sharing information, networking and raising awareness of the issue. The agenda and highlights of the Summit can be found on this page. For more information, visit: http://www.justice.gov/usao-ndga/human-trafficking-summit

Updated May 15, 2015