Human Trafficking Training at UNC-Chapel Hill, Nov 12

What is human trafficking? Why should I get involved? How can I get involved? Do you know the answers to these questions? Come to the Coalition Against Sex Trafficking (CAST) Public Service Scholars Training to learn more about trafficking and how you can help.

Sex trafficking is the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, or obtaining of a person for the purpose of a commercial sex act. During the training we will cover many topics including: laws on trafficking, domestic trafficking, activism, and trafficking statistics as well as going over skills that you can use to actively help fight trafficking.

CAST is a student organization that works toward raising awareness about issues concerning trafficking, promoting legislation, and directly serving victims of trafficking through volunteering, advocacy and activism.

The training will be on Wednesday, November 12th, from 4:00-7:00 p.m. in Dey 204. Refreshments will be provided. Please come get informed, get pumped, and get involved!

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One Response

  1. Hi, I just found your blog and am excited to find another group that’s trying to raise awareness about human trafficking in their state! I’ve added you to our blogroll at nomoreslaveryCT.com, and am looking forward to looking around your website. I’m working on organizing a few events in the spring, and this training sounds interesting. Are you using a training program by CAST, or did you develop it yourself? I would be interested in learning more about it!

    Thanks!
    Sarah
    nomoreslaveryCT.com

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