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Webinar – VCWA Speaker Series: Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

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Webinar – VCWA Speaker Series: Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

April 15 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Join special guests Erin Albright, Edith Klimoski, and Courtney Albert, for an online panel discussing the global, national, and local impacts of human trafficking and modern slavery. By offering insights into the nuances surrounding human trafficking and the mindset of traffickers, they will explore the impact the trauma associated with this victimization has on survivors and the community at large. Register today* and you will be emailed a link April 13th to join the webinar!

Sustaining Member Rate: $15
Standard Rate: $25
Day of Event: $30
Student Rate: FREE with Student ID

 

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*We are here to support you! If you are hesitant to register for this event due to economic uncertainty, please let us know! Email James Gunger, [email protected], for information about how you can make a donation for an amount of your choice in lieu of a full priced ticket or to receive a free registration code.

Details

Date:
April 15
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Event Category:
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Website:
https://www.vermont.org/vcwa/our-work/speaker-series/

Organizer

Vermont Council on World Affairs
Phone:
802-861-2343
Email:
james@vermont.org
Website:
www.vcwa.org