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Meredith Dank Participates

in Human Trafficking Conferences


Research Professor Meredith Dank participated in two recent human-trafficking research events. At the National Institute of Justice’s National Research Conference 2023, the panel, Under Paid and Under Threat: Advancing Our Understanding of Labor Trafficking in the United States, related promising practices in labor-trafficking identification and response and discussed the need for tailored approaches for both investigations and victim-service provision.

At the Prevalence Reduction Innovation Forum, hosted by the University of Georgia’s Center on Human Trafficking Research & Outreach, in partnership with the U.S. Department of State Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, Dank presented her research estimating the prevalence of forced labor on migrant domestic workers in Tanzania and on the Costa Rica fishing industry.

View Dank's NIJ Presentation Slides

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