CMTA: Recognizing Human Trafficking in Your Work, Loudermilk Conference Center, Tuesday, 29. January 2019

Atlanta is proud to host its third Super Bowl in February 2019. There is a widespread myth that the Super Bowl is a catalyst for the largest human trafficking event of the year, when in fact, human trafficking occurs daily in response to the market demand of customers who want to buy persons for labor or sexual exploitation. The mission of the International Human Trafficking Institute (IHTI) is to leverage the collective efforts of private, public, educational, faith-based, and civic organizations to accelerate local, national and global movements to end the trafficking of persons.
IHTI's goal is to train 50,000 people by the Super Bowl. IHTI has partnered with The Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee to train Atlanta Super Bowl volunteers and with United Way of Greater Atlanta and other various key advocacy partners to train those in anti- human trafficking efforts.
Join the movement and be part of the 50,000 Atlantans trained on human trafficking, how to recognize the signs, what to do if you suspect an individual is being trafficked, how to educate others and what resources are available in our community.
Lunch will be provided. Parking will be validated. No shows will not be able to attend the next CMTA training.
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CMTA: Recognizing Human Trafficking in Your Work

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