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Papers/Reports | January 30, 2018


A one-day workshop to begin formulating a comprehensive action-framework to prevent human trafficking

CRS and the University of Notre Dame convened a gathering of university researchers, field staff, civil society actors and government partners in July 2017 at CRS headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland. The goals of the meeting were to share academic research and real-life practices in order to build an understanding of the root causes of human trafficking, and to begin formulating a prevention-and-response framework to combat trafficking worldwide and explore possible contributions from academia.