Anti-Human Trafficking Symposium
01/30/13 - 01/30/13
Georgetown University (More Detail)
Deloitte (More Detail)
||Bunn Intercultural Center (ICC) Auditorium, 37th and O St. NW
|Georgetown University and Deloitte would be honored to host you at an event addressing immigration-related law enforcement challenges through the lens of anti-human trafficking (AHT). The theme of the event, "Transforming the Coalition," will bring together government, academic, not for profit and business leaders to help reengineer the fight against human trafficking. The event is symbolically taking place in January, in recognition of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
Keynote speakers to include:
-Amb. Luis CdeBaca, Ambassador at Large, Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, Department of State (Confirmed)
-Sr. Counselor Alice Hill, Senior Counselor to the Secretary, Department of Homeland Security (Confirmed)
-Mr. John Morton, Director, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Confirmed)
-Ms. Mira Sorvino, Academy Award Winning Actress and Advocate (Invited)
-Mr. Tony West, Acting Associate Attorney General, Department of Justice (Confirmed)
This symposium is designed to provide a forum for federal immigration and law enforcement professionals, private sector subject matter practitioners, and academic thought leaders to discuss innovative solutions to enhance AHT mission in the U.S. and around the world. The event is designed to provide an opportunity to discuss the magnitude and scope of the human trafficking problem and specific needs of the law enforcement community. It will also introduce data analytics and supply chain risk management as sources of a reengineered AHT program.
The first panel discussion will cover trends and challenges in preventing, prosecuting and protecting victims of human trafficking. The second panel will give an overview of some private sector solutions: applying data analytics and supply chain risk management to the human trafficking challenge.