September 2018

09/02 - Safe Conference 2018

(Sun, Sep 2, 9:00am - Wed, Sep 5, 5:00pm)

SAFE 2018: Third Annual Global Conference on Human Trafficking: Innovative Response to Migration, Conflict, and War springboards from the tremendous enthusiasm and collaborative success of SAFE 2016


09/07 - End Human Trafficking: Community Conversation on Labor Trafficking

(12:00pm - 5:30pm)

The USF Department of Global Health in collaboration with The FREE Network, the Disaster and Humanitarian Relief (DAHR) Student Collaborative, Lutheran Family Services and the USF Office of Community Engagement and Partnerships (OCEP) presents End Human Trafficking: Community Conversations on Labor Trafficking.


09/23The Annual Day of Prayer For Victims of Human Trafficking

The Salvation Army dedicates one Sunday in September to lift up those trapped in human trafficking and corporately proclaim freedom. It is a time to educate others, leadi freedom walks through our communities, and join Communities and Corps all over the world in prayer for victims and survivors of all forms of human trafficking.


10/01 - 2018 Human Trafficking Summit

(8:00am - 5:00pm)

Attorney General Pam Bondi, along with the Statewide Council on Human Trafficking, the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, the Florida Department of Children and Families and the University of Central Florida, would like to invite you to the 2018 Florida Human Trafficking Summit.


10/16 - JuST Conference 2018

(Tue, Oct 16, 8:00am - Thu, Oct 18, 5:00pm)

All General Admission tickets include the following: breakfast, lunch, wifi, access to all workshops and the annual networking social event. General Admission Tickets will be available at the Early Bird rate of $350.00 and will increase to $400.00 after May 1. Additional information regarding the ticket options, registration instructions, and rates will be available on the registration form.  



 11/15- Trafficking in Persons with Disabilities

(Thurs, Nov 15, 10am- Thurs, Nov 15, 4pm)

You must pay for your own parking. There is no validation. Lunch, however, will be provided by the 1HTC at the event. RSVP at

Sarah Bessell is a staff attorney at The Human Trafficking Pro Bono Legal Center, where she conducts research on accountability for human trafficking victims. Trafficking of persons with disabilities has spiked in recent years, with traffickers targeting victims across the US. An active licensed clinical social worker and certified clinical trauma professional, Sambra Zaoui, LCSW, CCTP, faculty member at the School of Social Work at Barry University and Sarah Bessell will be leading this powerful seminar on some of our most vulnerable!

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