Counter-Child Trafficking Conference is a global online conference which aims to bring together those working on child-trafficking around the world to discuss various interventions and issues. The conference will include over 40 webinars for three days and across time zones. It will be the largest gathering of private sector, third sector and public sector professionals and practitioners across the world representing the business, education, government, health care, law enforcement and non-profit sectors. Registration and participation is free, and attendees will have the chance to connect and share and learn from others in the field.
The Conference programme includes:
Mexico: 'From surviving to survivor' - Rosi Orozco
USA: 'Victim, survivor, leader: Empowering CSE and trafficked youth' - Rachel Lloyd of GEMS
Middle East and USA: 'Sex trafficking as a form of torture: Understanding the clinical implications of trauma on child victims of commercial sexual exploitation' - Halleh Seddighzadeh of ARMAN
UK: 'Using drama as a method of healing for child trafficking victims' - Debbie Ariyo of AFRUCA
Cambodia: 'A ten-year study: Butterfly longitudinal findings, recommendations and practitioner feedback' - Siobhan Miles of Chab Dai
Philippines: 'More than safe' - Gundelina Velasco, Love 146