The annual forum provides a space for networking, sharing information, tools and strategies to better meet the needs of trafficked persons and those in potential trafficking situations in Canada. The Forum also identifies and advocates on areas of policy reform needed to protect the rights of trafficked persons.
The event brings together service providers, NGOs, anti-trafficking, social justice and migrant rights advocates, as well as lawyers, government representatives and others.
What to expect:
- An interactive legal case study hack to explore legal strategies for responding to trafficked migrants cases
- Other discussions on key themes
- Many opportunities to participate throughout the day
Who should attend?
You should attend this meeting if you are:
- Involved in the movement against human trafficking as an organization or individual
- A front-line worker in settlement or other support service delivery working with trafficked persons, including trafficked non-citizens
- An advocate for migrant workers, social justice, human rights
- A person with lived experience in a trafficking situation
- An academic, researcher or other stakeholder interested in acting in response to trafficking issues
- A government representative involved in setting or implementing policies related to human trafficking
**Registrations are closed.**
Due to limited spots and capacity, the registration deadline will be on Thursday, April 22 at 5pm (EST).
For more information: contact Tony Luong, the CCR Anti-Trafficking Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CCR understands trafficking along a spectrum of exploitation, including labour and human rights violations. At its core, trafficking occurs when exploitation meets coercion.
Learn more about the CCR's work on trafficking: ccrweb.ca/en/trafficking
This meeting is hosted by the CCR Anti-Trafficking Committee, which includes service providers, anti-trafficking advocates, legal practitioners, violence against women and policy advocates from across Canada.