IPE Shared Learning: Recognizing Human Trafficking Victims in Maine

Forum Interprofessional Education Collaborative

Ridelphine Katabesha

Anti-Trafficking Case Manager, Preble Street

Human Trafficking – the coercion and force of individuals into prostitution, domestic and other services through sexual, physical and/or psychological violence – is a significant and unrecognized problem   in Maine. Please join us for interactive discussions with Ridelphine Katabesha, Anti-Trafficking Case Manager at Preble Street, to learn how students can recognize potential trafficking victims in field placements/clerkships and the workplace. Preble Street Anti-Trafficking Coalition offers resources to furnish survivors with tools, advocacy and stability for resilience and recovery.

 
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Sponsors

Co-sponsored by IPEC & Preble Street Anti-Trafficking Coalition

Contact

IPEC

ipec@une.edu

(207) 221-4114

Feb142018
12:00 PM1:30 PM
Ludcke Auditorium (PC)/ Alfond 304 (BC)

Both Campuses

Free and open to the public

#IPEUNE #antitrafficking #recovery