Human Rights Lecture Series: Human Trafficking, Gender and Social Impacts
Human trafficking is a modern form of slavery and a global problem, claiming an estimated 40 million victims around the world. In this Human Rights Lecture Series conversation, Natalie Jesionka, St. Francis College human rights fellow, explores the social and gender impacts of human trafficking and its ties as not only an international criminal justice and organized crime problem, but also from the perspective of supply and demand, human rights, immigration, poverty, and gender inequality.
Natalie Jesionka, M.A., is a researcher, journalist, and documentary filmmaker. She has served on the Board of Directors of Amnesty International USA and has written for the Washington Post, Philadelphia Inquirer, Toronto Star, National Post, and The Canadian Press, focusing on best practices in international development and social impact.
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