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NYATN Honors International Human Trafficking Day with a Panel Discussion – “Emerging Issues with Trafficked Youth”

Emerging Issues with Trafficked Youth

Wednesday, January 11, 2012, 6:00-8:00pm

Suzanne Tomatore, Christa Stewart, Laura Matthews-Jolly, Jayne Bigelsen, and Martina Vandenberg

Suzanne Tomatore, Christa Stewart, Laura Matthews-Jolly, Jayne Bigelsen, and Martina Vandenberg

Featured speakers include:
Jayne Bigelsen
Director of Anti-Human Trafficking Initiatives at Covenant House International
Suzanne Tomatore
Director of the Immigrant Women & Children Project at the City Bar Justice Center
Martina Vandenberg
Partner at Jenner & Block LLP
Discussion moderated by:
Laura Matthews-Jolly
Equal Justice Works Fellow, Sponsored by Greenberg Traurig

This discussion is free; however, space is limited.
Please RSVP to lmatthews-jolly@nycbar.org by January 6, 2012 with your name and organization.

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Race-Talk Honors National Human Trafficking Awareness Day

*Update: Race-Talk unfortunately has closed its doors.  See below for alternative links.

Race-Talk honors National Human Trafficking Awareness Day with a series of blog contributions from members of the New York Anti-Trafficking Network guest-edited by Juhu Thukral for the second consecutive year.

City Bar Justice Center Produces Economic Empowerment Resource Guide

The City Bar Justice Center’s Immigrant Women and Children (IWC) Project has produced an Economic Empowerment Resource Guide, a resource for immigrant victims of violent crimes and low-income New York City residents in general.

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