XXX-PLOITATION Human Trafficking 101 Training

Event Type: 
Date/Time: 
Friday, January 11, 2013 - 13:00 to 16:00
Location: 
Broward County Main Library (Downtown) 1st Floor Auditorium
100 South Andrews Avenue
Fort Lauderdale  Florida  33301
United States

In Honor of Human Trafficking Awareness Day on January 11, 2013, Broward Human Trafficking Coalition presents XXX-PLOITATION Human Trafficking 101 Training.

  • What is it?
  • Who are the victims?
  • What are we doing to assist victims?

Expert Panel - Our panelists will include Dr. Nabil El Sanadi Broward County Chief of Emergency Medicine, Cassandra Evans from the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Sarah Gillespie Cummings from the Broward Sheriffs Office Juvenile Assessment Center. We are very excited to have local professionals, covering a broad array of fields, that will discuss peripheral issues related to human trafficking.

Featured Speaker: Roza Pati, Professor of Law & Executive Director, Graduate Program in Intercultural Human Rights, Director, Human Trafficking Academy

Professor Pati teaches International Law, Human Rights Law and Human Trafficking Law. Formerly a Member of Parliament and a Cabinet Member serving as the Secretary of State for Youth and Women of Albania, Dr. Pati has a rich experience in public service, academia and administration. In 2005, she facilitated the preparation of THE MIAMI DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING, a set of law and policy recommendations, and she has made presentations on human trafficking in the capacity of an expert in several national and international conferences against trafficking in persons. She ha! s lectured on issues of international law, human rights law, international criminal law, human trafficking law as well as democracy in numerous conferences, panels and symposia worldwide.

Her publications, while at St. Thomas, include books and articles: DUE PROCESS AND INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 2009); THE NEW DIALOGUE OF CIVILIZATIONS, (Roza Pati & Joe Holland, eds., 2005); The ICC and the Case of Sudan's Omar Al Bashir, 15 University of California at Davis Journal of International Law and Policy 265 (2009); Beyond the Duty to Protect: Expanding Accountability and Responsibilities of the State in Combating Human Trafficking, in THE DIVERSITY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW: ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF PROFESSOR KALLIOPI K. KOUFA 319 (forthcoming, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 2009); Fair Trial Standards under Human Rights Treaty Law and the ICTY: A Process of Cross-Fertilization? in THE ICTY AND HUMAN RIGHTS: TOWARDS A FAIR TRIAL IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL PROCEDURE? 147 (Thomas Kruessmann ed., 2008); Rights and Their Limits: the Constitution for Europe in ! International and Comparative Legal Perspective, 23 Berkeley Journal of Internal Law 223 (2005); The Miami Declaration of Principles on Human Trafficking: Its Genesis and Purpose, 1 Intercultural Human Rights Law Review 5 (2006); Addressing the Scourge of Human Trafficking: The Challenge Ahead, 1 Intercultural Human Rights Law Review 75 (2006).

Other featured speakers:
Deputy Statewide Prosecutor Julie Chaikin Hogan, from the Florida Statewide Office of the Prosecutor, and Barbara Martinez from the United States Attorneys Office.

Certificates Available:
2 Hours - CEU / Professional Training Hours Available (In COMMENT: Request CEU certificate and Indicate spelling of your name.)
3.5 Hours - Certificate of Attendance

If you are coming to the Seminar and have not yet RSVP'd.......do so quickly as the spaces are almost full.

Contact: Miriam_Rosario@dcf.state.fl.us