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Best Practices to Combat Human Trafficking

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The Ash Institute at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government is hosting a webinar, Best Practices to Combat Human Trafficking: Collecting Data from Official Sources. The session will take place April 29th from 10am-12pm ET. It’s free of charge, but pre-registration is required.

This online conference, sponsored by the Initiative to Stop Human Trafficking and the Government Innovators Network, will focus on best practices to collect data from official sources and will provide resources on past and current systems. The discussion will be moderated by Amy Farrell, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, College of Criminal Justice and Associate Director, Institute on Race and Justice at Northeastern University. The panel will feature:

•    Duren Banks – Chief, Prosecution and Adjudication Statistics Unit, Bureau of Justice Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice
•    Fabrizio Sarrica – Research Expert, Division for Policy Analysis and Public Affairs, UN Office on Drugs and Crime
•    Elzbieta Gozdziak, Ph.D. – Director of Research, Institute for the Study of International Migration, Georgetown University
•    Neil Weiner, Ph.D. – Director, Research Department, Vera Institute of Justice

UPDATE: You can view a flash version of this presentation here; real broadband here (remember, though, you must first register with the site).

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Written by Jenifer

April 26, 2009 at 11:48 pm

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