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23 September 2014
Combating Human Trafficking Globally and Locally: What YOU Can Do About It

Find out more from a distinguished panel of global and local experts on what you can do to fight the world-wide human  tragedy of trafficking. The panel discussion will be followed by a Resource Fair featuring organizations focused on eradicating and addressing the effects of human trafficking.


Where: The Continental Ballroom of The George Washington University,
                 800 21st Street NW
                 Washington, DC 20052

When: Tuesday, September 23
               6:00-8:00 p.m.

Speakers: 
              Ambassador Mark Lagon, Global Politics and Security Chair, MSFS
               Program, Georgetown University; Adjunct Senior Fellow, Council on
               Foreign Relations
               Mr. Mike Beard, Executive Director, UNF Advocacy; Global Health
               Director, Better World Campaign  
               Ms. Tina Frundt, Director, Courtney’s House

Cost: Members: $15.00
            Non-Member: $20.00
            Combo Ticket (includes a $5 discount on UNA-NCA Membership): $35.00

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If you are a nonprofit organization  involved in the fight against Human Trafficking and are interested in having a table at the resource fair portion of this event please click here for more information.

See organizations already signed up to participate.