Loma Linda University Institute for Community Partnerships &
World Affairs Council Inland Southern California
invite you to learn more about an important issue in our region
Understanding and Ending Trafficking in Our Community
Presentation by an Open Door Human Trafficking Specialist
of the Family Assistance Program
followed by a
Panel Discussion led by Dr. Richard Hart including
law enforcement, LLU students, healthcare and community advocates
Tuesday, May 1, 2018
6:30 - 8:00 pm
Loma Linda University Centennial Complex - Small Amphitheater
24760 Stewart St., Loma Linda
Parking free in Lot X
This program is free. Preregistration is NOT required.
Human trafficking, or people for sale, is a global crime problem. It affects the lives of millions of people around the world. Traffickers deceive desperate people from all corners of the world and force them into exploitative situations every day. While the best-known form of human trafficking is for the purpose of sexual exploitation, hundreds of thousands of victims are trafficked for the purposes of forced labor, domestic servitude, or for organ harvesting for medical transplant. This program examines the local problem of trafficking and how it is affecting our region.
Want to know more?
Download the WAC Resources on International Human Trafficking (will not print until downloaded to your desktop)
Resources on Human Trafficking WAC.pdf
World Affairs Council - Inland Southern California
World Affairs Council of Inland Southern California 11161 Anderson St., Suite 105-PMB 10009 Loma Linda, CA 92354