This free, online event was held on November 23, 2010, and was convened by the Ash Center's Government Innovators Network and the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy. Please visit the event page to access the slide presentations and resources associated with this webinar. (We apologize for the poor visual quality of this recording and suggest you access the slide presentations available on the event page while listening to the recording.)

Event description: Globally, there are many anti-trafficking activists, policymakers, academics, and non-governmental organizations developing new and effective approaches to prevent, educate, and best serve those most vulnerable to trafficking. By focusing on the human rights of trafficked persons, better strategies would result around allocation of immigration, welfare, employment training, and health benefits to a community. This webinar explored how a human rights approach can be used to facilitate greater access to prevention and protection for victims of human trafficking.

This webinar was moderated by Jacqueline Bhabha with panelists Elizabeth Cafferty and Julie Dahlstrom.