Misinformation about human trafficking is pervasive and high-quality research can be hard to find. The HTPP and MVLS are excited to welcome Amelia Rubenstein, MSW, LCSW- C, Director of the Prevention of Adolescent Risks Initiative at University of Maryland School of Social Work, for an exploration of frequently used human trafficking data and discussion on the accuracy of prevailing statistics surrounding sex and labor trafficking. The panel will dissect current data trends, offering a comprehensive analysis that challenges commonly held perceptions. Gain insights into the challenges of data collection and discover how accurate statistics are crucial for effective anti-trafficking efforts. Don’t miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding about data-driven and evidence-based practice in the anti-trafficking field.
This webinar is hosted by the Human Trafficking Prevention Project in partnership with Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding the event.