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Lesley Yarranton Skype (October 1, 2014) 4-5:15 @ Global Center
Journalist Lesley Yarranton speaks, via Skype, on the latest story of Sex trafficking in Northern England
Second Annual Interdiscplinary Human Trafficking Research Symposium (March 26, 2014)
IN REVIEW Join us for a succession of presentations (~8) examining the "many faces" of human trafficking, labor exploitation, gender-based violence, international relations, anti-trafficking advocacy, and more!
Where is the Love (Bloomington High School North) Bra Drive (March 9, 2014)
Where is the Love, a club at Bloomington High School North, will be holding a bra drive with the organization Free the Girls (http://freethegirls.org/). Free the Girls helps sex trafficking victims start their own businesses selling gently used bras and camisoles in their local areas. Sunday's event will celebrate recent donations to the local club and aims to raise awareness of human trafficking in the Bloomington community.
Stolen Screening (January 31, 2014)
Join us at the Global Center to watch the controversial film Stolen. The film’s theme is what constitutes modern slavery and will be followed by discussion.
Faculty Study Group Brown Bag Luncheon (September 27, 2013)
We will discuss the October 2013 trafficking awareness week (event in the works, ideas welcome) and Stepanka Korytova will share information about possible speakers for the fall and spring semesters.Please, be present, get involved, and share your input!
Faculty Study Group Brown Bag Luncheon (April 3, 2013)
Ms. Virginia Sudbury is the author of the book Sweatshops in Paradise: A True Story of Slavery in America. She practices law and was involved in the Daewoosa case. She lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Faculty Study Group Brown Bag Luncheon (March 27, 2013)
Two articles, by Jo Doezema and Sheila Jeffreys, for discussion will be available through the Human Trafficking Oncourse group or by contacting email@example.com. Stepanka Korytova will also present her research on the common vulnerabilities of Sex Trafficking and Domestic Violence.
Faculty Study Group Brown Bag Luncheon (February 13, 2013)
WATCH Dr. Kate Transchel, of California State University, will share her experience interviewing trafficking victims in the former Soviet Union.
Faculty Study Group Brown Bag Luncheon (November 14, 2012)
Join your colleagues for the final Many Faces of Human Trafficking Faculty Study Group brown bag luncheon of fall semester.
Human Trafficking & Media Panel Discussion (October 25, 2012)
FLYER / SUMMARY Dr. Yana Hashamova (Ohio State University), UK journalist Lesley Yarranton, and Detective Sergeant Jon Daggy (Indianapolis Metropolitan Police) explore media representations of trafficking.
Roundtable Discussion on Human Trafficking and US Immigration Law (October 10, 2012)
SUMMARY/ WATCH PART: 1 2 3 4 5 Christine Popp, JD, of Popp Law Office in Bloomington, Indiana, a specialist in immigration law, speaks about the rights of undocumented workers who have been trafficked.
Trafficking in Sub-Saharan Africa and Globally (October 5, 2012)
SUMMARY Ambassador James McGee, a career State Department diplomat and Indiana University alumnus, spoke to global studies studednts about anti-trafficking efforts in Zimbabwe, South Africa, and beyond.