Event Title

Social Work in the Global Environment: Natural Disasters and Human Trafficking

Location

McFarland Student Union, Room 218

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Start Date

2-11-2018 3:20 PM

End Date

2-11-2018 3:40 PM

Description

Human Trafficking is a criminal act that has been ongoing for thousands of years and has affected almost every country around the world. This presentation will explore the relationship between natural disasters and one’s vulnerability to sex trafficking. The presentation will focus on one study that made a comparison of two disasters including Hurricane Isaac in Louisiana and the Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia.

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Nov 2nd, 3:20 PM Nov 2nd, 3:40 PM

Social Work in the Global Environment: Natural Disasters and Human Trafficking

McFarland Student Union, Room 218

Human Trafficking is a criminal act that has been ongoing for thousands of years and has affected almost every country around the world. This presentation will explore the relationship between natural disasters and one’s vulnerability to sex trafficking. The presentation will focus on one study that made a comparison of two disasters including Hurricane Isaac in Louisiana and the Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia.