UN.GIFT and Harvard University invite you to online conference

When: November 15, 2011

Time: 9 am EST

Online event; registration required; free of charge.

As part of their online conference series, the Harvard Program on Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery and the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation are joined by UN.GIFT in hosting a Web-based conference: Best Practices to Combat Child Trafficking. Bringing together a panel of experts from academia, policy, and non-governmental organizations, the conference will be an opportunity to share their perspectives on best practices to combat the trafficking of children.

The moderator will be Dr. Timothy McCarthy, Ph.D., Lecturer on History and Literature and on Public Policy, and Program Director, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy,HarvardKennedySchool.

The panel will feature:

• Susu Thatun, Child Protection Specialist, Migration and Trafficking Child Protection Section, Program Division, UNICEF

• Christopher Davis, International Campaigns Director, The Body Shop

• Hans van de Glind, Senior Specialist and focal point for child trafficking, International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour, International Labor Organization (ILO)

Register now – Please fill out some basic information if you are interested in attending.

Instructions – Review these instructions and practice logging in ahead of time (Try  it now!).

Resources – Links to resources related to this event (this list may be updated periodically as the event nears).

Questions? Contact us at gin@ash.harvard.edu.

Link: Best Practices to Combat Child Trafficking


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