Confronting Human Trafficking: Defining Priorities in 2013
April 17 & 18, 2013
The 11th Freedom Network Annual Conference “Confronting Human Trafficking: Defining Priorities in 2013″, is being held in the Washington DC area, April 17 and 18, 2013.
DETAILED AGENDA NOW AVAILABLE! CLICK HERE!
This year’s conference includes a specific law enforcement track as well as tracks generally dedicated to legal services and social services, and the Freedom Network Training Institute. Plenaries include: one with the Trafficking divisions of the Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security; another “New Federal Initiatives to Combat Human Trafficking”; and a third by the Department of Defense on their efforts to combat human trafficking.
Conference keynote speakers are:
Tonya T. Robinson
Special Assistant to the President for Justice & Regulatory Policy
Domestic Policy Council│The White House
Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons
U.S. Department of State
A great deal of information about all aspects of human trafficking is conveyed at this annual conference by experts with years of experience working in the field, such as case managers, researchers, legal advocates, counselors, prosecutors, enforcement agents, etc.
The conference is being held at the Doubletree Crystal City, a short shuttle from the airport and from the Pentagon City Metro stop, with a special rate for conference attendees.
The latest agenda is available here.
The conference will be held at:
300 Army Navy Dr.
Arlington, VA 22202
A special rate of $224 per night for the Freedom Network conference attendees is available. To reserve a room for the conference, please click here.