Event Date/Time: Sep 27, 2012
End Date/Time: Sep 28, 2012
Abstract Submission Date:
Jun 30, 2012
To bring together researchers and practitioners in an effort to lay the groundwork for future collaborative research, advocacy, and program development. To educate social service, health care, and criminal justice professionals on human trafficking and the needs and risks of those victimized by the commercial sex industry.
The location will be held in rooms 2582, 2584, and 2591 of the Student Union at the University of Toledo, between the hours of 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM.
2801 W. Bancroft St., Toledo, OH 43606
Who Should Attend
This conference is open to survivors, researchers, practitioners, activists, students, sex workers and workers in the social service, criminal justice, and health care fields.
Early registration is encouraged because workshop space is limited. Conference registration includes a continental breakfast, late afternoon refreshments, possible continuing education credits, and conference materials. Registration is open up until the day of the conference.
The cost of the conference for attendees is $70 for one day and $140 for two days. The registration fee for presenters is waived but presenters are welcome to make a donation.
The cost for University of Toledo students is free. University of Toledo Professors and Staff are asked to make a donation.
The cost for students outside of the University of Toledo is $30 for one day and $60 for two days. All students must show student ID the day of the conference.
The fee for International attendees and survivors is waived. E-mail email@example.com if you are interested in attending and to learning how to register.
The Conference Committee recognizes the multiple experiences of those in sex work including those involved in prostitution for survival, those who are forced and those who choose sex work. Survivors of prostitution, human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation may attend the conference for free. To register if you are a survivor, you may fill out the paper form and check that you are a survivor on the form and mail it in.