“Not in Georgia: Combating Human Sex Trafficking” Conference at GSU

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To observe National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, the Georgia Department of Education is hosting the following conference on Georgia State University’s campus:

Not in Georgia: Combating Human Sex Trafficking, Tuesday, January 31, 8:00am-Noon in the Speaker’s Auditorium of the Student Center on the Georgia State University campus. Register online here.

The University Library has several books, online government resources, online films, and scholarly articles exploring the human sex trafficking problem – check them out.

“Defeating human trafficking is a great moral calling and we will never subjugate it to the narrow demands of the day.” ~ Former Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice

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