Intersecting Vulnerabilities for Child Trafficking: Understanding Complexities

Thursday, June 27, 2024

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

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MARYLAND CHILD TRAFFICKING CONFERENCE is sold out!

Please contact Tharyn Giovanni at tharyn.giovanni@ssw.umaryland.edu about our waitlist!

The 2024 Maryland Child Trafficking Conference is aimed at health, legal and human services professionals, as well as interested members of the public. Expert speakers will cover a variety of topics providing a deeper dive into the intricate complexities of vulnerabilities that contribute to child trafficking as well as highlight current insights, trends and innovative approaches in the field. The event aims to mobilize communities, individuals, and service providers in response to sex and labor trafficking of children and youth.

 Registration for the 2024 Maryland Child Trafficking Conference is now open!

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Must-See Sessions

Keynote Address
Melissa Snow, Executive Director, Child Sex Trafficking Programs, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)

Plenary: Labor Trafficking by Forced Criminality Among Youth Experiencing Homelessness

Kaitlyn Zedalis, Associate Director of Research, Learning, & Advocacy, Covenant House Action & Research Tank (CHART), New Jersey

Meet Our Speakers

Melissa Snow

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

Kristina Rose

Director, Office for Victims of Crime

LaShanta Harris

Assistant United States Attorney, Office of the United States Attorney

Heather Amador

Director of Victim Services Policy and Programs Governor's Office of Crime Prevention and Policy

Testimonials

Very moving day. Thank you.

It was all fantastic, but the break out session[s] were phenomenal!

I really enjoyed the conference[...]. Helps me to look at trafficking with a somewhat different lens.

It is so important to set aside our own perspectives and be challenged to do better and create systematic change. Thank you for bringing in these powerful women.

Survivor panel [...] was informative, enlightening, it opens eyes to what works/not works.

Informative, thought provoking, educational

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