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15th Annual Freedom Network USA Human Trafficking Conference
April 05, 2017 - April 06, 2017
Freedom Network USA
City: Arlington
State/Territory: Virginia
Country: USA
Event Site: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
"Redefining Justice: Envisioning New Approaches in Anti-Trafficking Work," the 15th Annual Freedom Network USA Human Trafficking Conference, will use a social justice lens to imagine what justice looks like in the anti-trafficking movement. To achieve justice is to talk about inequalities in our society and how injustices can create vulnerabilities to human trafficking and continue to disadvantage trafficking survivors.

For the trafficked person, justice might look like the conviction of a trafficker, having access to various benefits, or the development of preventative efforts so that no one else experiences what they went through. What does justice look like to anti-traffickers? It might be through the criminal justice system, the civil legal system or restitution. It may be prevention or looking beyond the legal system or the development of new resources to protect survivors, victims, and potential victims.

Visit the Office for Victims of Crime exhibit for resources.
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