University of Nebraska Lincoln’s Forsythe Family Program on Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs presents the 2018 Human Trafficking and Migration Initiative.
The UNL Human Trafficking and Migration Initiative aims to create spaces where Nebraska’s students, teachers and researchers can join the robust conversation about how to prevent and eradicate human trafficking, and protect the vulnerable.
This fall, the Initiative will connect researchers, advocates, educators, policy-makers, members of law enforcement and survivors in roundtable discussions, forums, and symposia.
Nebraska’s students have the talent, drive, and heart to eliminate human trafficking and improve migration in this state, the country, and the world. Join us to raise awareness of human trafficking, amplify the voices of the vulnerable, and equip yourself to be part of the solution.