The course will include an examination of relevant existing data, types of trafficking, legal definitions, domestic and international efforts to combat trafficking, challenges faced by law enforcement, the nexus between trafficking and other transnational crime, the role of traditional NGOs and social entrepreneurs, and corporate social responsibility. Finally, we will examine potential career opportunities related to combating human trafficking and the leadership, collaboration and consensus-building skills necessary for success, whether working in the global arena or for a local agency.
For the free online workshop, check Moodle for course information.
- Spring 2012 - MIIS
- McGowan MG102(MGWN MG102)
- 9:00am-3:00pm on Sunday at MGWN MG102 (Apr 22, 2012 to Apr 22, 2012)
9:00am-5:00pm on Saturday at MGWN MG102 (Apr 21, 2012 to Apr 21, 2012)
6:00pm-9:00pm on Friday at MGWN MG102 (Apr 20, 2012 to Apr 20, 2012)
- John Vanek
- International Policy
- Intl Policy & Management
- Requirements Fulfilled:
- MIIS Graduate
- View availability, prerequisites, and other requirements.
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