STOLEN DOLLARS AND SENSE: BREAKING THE SILENCE OF LABOR TRAFFICKING

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An educational conference to inform, engage, and motivate the community to collectively plan concrete actions to take in the fight against human trafficking in Philadelphia and beyond…

FREE AND OPEN TO ALL!

A collaborative event proudly presented by Nationalities Service Center and The University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy & Practice student organizations: Social Work Advocates for Immigrant Rights (SWAIR), Hispanic/Latino Alliance for Change & Equity (HACE), and Students for International Social Work (SISW).

REGISTER TODAY and join us on Friday March 25, 2016 from 9am to 4pm at the University of Pennsylvania, for this thought-provoking conference where YOU can learn how to not only help 'break the (supply) chains' of labor trafficking, but also to help break the silence of this all-too-often under discussed dimension of human trafficking. Only a handful of seats left! 

Engaging and eye-opening discussions will be offered from our diverse panel of experts from across the country. Read the experts' bios and review resources provided by them. 

Additionally, conference attendees will have the opportunity to engage in action-oriented dialogue with members of the Coaltion of Immokalee Workers, whose impactful grassroots movement is featured in the award-winning documentary, Food Chains.

And please join us on THURSDAY, MARCH 24TH  for a special film screening of, Food Chains, followed by an intimate Q+A with members of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers

Conference Location:
Houston Hall – Hall of Flags
University of Pennsylvania
3417 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Film Screening Location:
Nationalities Service Center
1216 Arch St. 4th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Thursday, 3/24/2016 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Questions? Please reach out to ahua@nscphila.org

AND FINALLY -
Please donate to NSC's Emergency Assistance Fund, which helps victims of trafficking escape exploitation and find the freedom and dignity every human deserves.