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DVST 402-1 Human Trafficking

This course will critically examine and contextualize the prevalent global crime of human trafficking and consider effective modes of prevention and response.  It will examine the history, roots, and development of various forms of human trafficking internationally and domestically using several frameworks. In addition, it considers a variety of responses such as addressing related social and development issues, legal responses and system reform.

Instructor

Schedule
May 16-28 (M-F, T-S) 9:00 AM-12:30 PM
Location
A2131
Synchronous
Semester
Spring/Summer