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Cultural Considerations in Assisting Victims of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking
April 23, 2010 @ 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
This one-day workshop, facilitated by Joy M. Zarembka, MA and Tanya M. Odom, Ed.M, will explore the complex cultural, social, and economic context that prevents victims from seeking help. The goal is to increase participants’ effectiveness in identifying, interviewing, and assisting survivors of human trafficking by providing:
- Increased knowledge and skills for overcoming those barriers and working effectively across barriers; and
- Building skills and practical strategies to work across cultures.
Service providers, victims’ advocates, and others working to identify and assist survivors of human trafficking and violence should attend this event.
Registration fee for the event is $50.00. You can register here.
Joy M. Zarembka, M.A. is the former executive director of Break the Chain Campaign, an advocacy and direct service organization working to help end modern-day slavery and human trafficking in the Washington, DC area. She currently serves as an expert witness on human trafficking and domestic worker exploitation in civil and criminal cases. She is the author of The Pigment of Your Imagination: Mixed Race in a Global Society.
Tanya M. Odom, Ed.Mis, is a consultant, coach, and assistant professor in Georgetown University’s Human Resource Management program. She is also the Director of Innovation and Social Media at the Future-Work Institute. She co-facilitated NMCI’s November 2009 workshop on Human Trafficking. For more information, please visit our website at www.nmci.org or NMCI’s human trafficking web portal at www.humantraffickingsearch.net.