Human Rights & Trafficking Legislation: Existing Laws, How They Punish, Harm, or Help

March 21, 2019 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Institute of Public Health - Doll & Hill Room, 2nd Floor
600 South Taylor Avenue St. Louis
MO 63110

Strategic Planning for Successful Advocacy: National & Local Examples of Human Rights & Trafficking Legislation:
Seminar 4 of 4: Existing Laws: How They Punish, Harm or Help

The Human Trafficking Collaborative Network/Institute for Public Health and National Council of Jewish Women jointly offer the 4th and final part of a 4-part lecture series to help community members fully understand national and local law making procedures and to play an active role in reform of policies in human rights and trafficking. Those in the field will explain how laws are used to prosecute traffickers and how current laws harm and/or help victims.

Free and open to the public. RSVP is requested.


Rumi Price or Maggie McCarthy with questions.

Event Sponsors: Institute for Public Health, Human Trafficking Collaborative Network (HTCN) and National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW).



  • Guests to campus are encouraged to park in the garage at Clayton and Taylor, which is equipped with gate-arm technology.
  • Visitors will need to pull a ticket at the entrance to gain access and park. Charges are incurred by the hour.
  • Validation tickets will be provided for guests at the event registration desk in the Taylor Avenue Building.

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