A few remaining places are still available to attend the 2nd Annual Cambridge Counter-Trafficking Summer School & Senior Symposium, at Cambridge University in the UK, 17-21 July 2017.
Facilitating a multi-agency, cross-departmental and inter-university research effort to respond to the multiple challenges of human trafficking, the symposium will progress our understandings of human trafficking and emerging best practice in efforts to prevent and bring an end to this crime against humanity.
The summer symposium is being led by Dr. Carrie Pemberton Ford, Director of CCARHT and recently appointed UNITAR Fellow for the UN Training and Research Institute, working on Peace and Security Capacity building.
Dr. Pemberton Ford is currently commissioned by RENATE to conduct research on the extent of Trafficking in Children, in a selection of RENATE member countries, with an anticipated completion date of October 2017.
For information on this year’s Summer Symposium: http://www.ccarht.org/site/summer-school/
Prepared by Anne Kelleher, RENATE Communications Person.