Human Trafficking Prevention Project: Introduction to Human Trafficking Training
JANUARY 28, 2022, 12:00 PM TO 2:00 PM (EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME)
The Human Trafficking Prevention Project (HTPP) is a student-run organization at Quinnipiac University School of Law. The organization began in 2017 when a small group of students created an Introduction to Human Trafficking Training and presented it to hotels across the state of Connecticut. HTPP has since expanded its reach and now trains a variety of audiences including healthcare workers, lawyers, social workers, educators, and the general public. In addition to its training efforts, HTPP also collaborates with the Connecticut Bar Association, the Connecticut Bar Foundation, and leading anti-trafficking organizations to sponsor panels on topics relating to human trafficking and to advocate for survivor-friendly legislation.
HTPP's Introduction to Human Trafficking training seeks to educate audiences about various aspects of human trafficking, including how it is defined under state and federal law, who can be targeted, and how to identify human trafficking and report human trafficking. It is intended for all audiences.