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Jan 27, 2016
StolenYouth presents
How to Stop Human Trafficking
Learn from Washington state and King County experts about the status of human trafficking locally, already implemented regional solutions, and promising new programs in the fight against the sex trade.
($5 – $10)
Wednesday, January 27, 2016, 7:00PM

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The Great Hall
1119 Eighth Avenue (enter on Eighth Avenue)
Seattle, WA 98101
Tickets on sale December 12. Early Bird tickets are $5, prior to January 5. $10 general admission tickets. Doors open: 6:15pm

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Washington state and King County have continued working on innovative methods and programs to help stop human trafficking. This annual community forum focuses on how to prevent youth from being trafficked into the sex trade. Panelists include Ward Urion, LifeWire; and StolenYouth coalition members Seattle Against Slavery, Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking, and Organization for Prostitution Survivors. They’ll discuss curriculum for local high school students, implementing anti-trafficking corporate policies, and the changed attitutes of reformed buyers post-education.

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Presented by: StolenYouth, Seattle Against Slavery, Organization for Prostitution Survivors, and Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking.


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