Sex Trafficking in Indian Country National Conference

Explore the legal and social issues of sex trafficking through a culturally specific lens. Presentations and workshops at this national conference will offer a foundation-level understanding of sex trafficking in Indian Country as well as specific, in-depth discussion about working with special populations (such as persons with disabilities, youth, and LGBTQ Two-Spirit individuals).

Break-out sessions will be offered by discipline and audience (tribal leadership, law enforcement, prosecutor, advocacy, casinos and tribal enterprises, mental health, and so forth). Sessions will focus on barriers and strategies to support American Indian and Alaska Native survivors of sex trafficking and holding perpetrators accountable. 

Theme:  Strengthening Sovereign Responses to Sex Trafficking in Indian Country

Dates:  January 30-31, 2018

Location:  Agua Caliente, California

The conference is supported by the Office on Violence Against Women with funding to the Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition, Mending the Sacred Hoop, and the Tribal Law and Policy Institute

More details and registration information will be coming soon. 

Updated December 15, 2017

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