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Coalition for Juvenile Justice free Webinar October 6th at 3pmET - Boys and Trafficking: Identifying and Serving Silent Survivors

30 Sep 2015 8:21 AM | Adrienne Hoffman-Lewis (Administrator)
Boys and Trafficking: Identifying and Serving Silent Survivors

October 6 at 3:00pm ET
Register here!

From the Coalition for Juvenile Justice -- Boys, much like girls, are at risk of falling prey to human trafficking. It can be difficult, however, to identify them as survivors and to secure the specialized services they need to address their experiences.  

Please join CJJ for a webinar on "Boys and Trafficking: Identifying and Serving Silent Survivors" on October 6 at 3:00pm ET.

This webinar, which is part of a series of webinars on the topic of human trafficking, will discuss the prevalence of boys among survivors of trafficking, and some of the unique challenges that exist for them. Presenters will share new data about the prevalence of human trafficking among boys and how one local jurisdiction is responding to the needs of male trafficking victims in their community.

The webinar will feature: 

  • Tina Frundt, Founder and Executive Director, Courtney's House, a DC-based organization that works with survivors of human trafficking
  • Meredith Dank, Senior Research Associate, The Urban Institute


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