October 12 • Noon • Encina Hall East 409, Stanford University
On the heels of the 2015 Freedom from Slavery Forum, this lunchtime discussion will focus on lessons learned for both the local and global anti-trafficking movement.
Maurice Middleberg oversees Free the Slaves’ diverse anti-trafficking initiatives abroad as well as U.S.-based advocacy and policy work. He has worked in 50 countries with the likes of CARE and USAID. Dr. Katherine Jolluck works on the topics of women and war, women in communist societies, nationalism, and human trafficking. She is active with several Bay Area-based anti-trafficking initiatives.
Lunch will be served. Please see the attached flyer and RSVP to Jessie Brunner at firstname.lastname@example.org