October 10, 2013 - October 12, 2013: Lincoln, Nebraska

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) is proud to host the Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking. We welcome researchers from non-governmental organizations, academia, and governmental agencies. This is a conference run along traditional academic paper-presentation lines, intended to spread knowledge, provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of research and professional work, and provide an opportunity to network with and learn from each other.

This conference is made possible through the collaboration of faculty in the College of Business Administration, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Journalism, College of Law and the College of Education and Human Sciences. We are grateful for support from the offices of the Vice-Chancellor for Research at UNL and the Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, as well as the Colleges of Business Administration, Journalism and Mass Communication, the Nebraska Family Council, and the UNL Center on Children, Families, and the Law, Forsythe Family Program on Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, UNL Harris Center for Judaic Studies, MTV Exit, LexisNexis.

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Conference Program: 5th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2013

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Wither Childhood? Child Trafficking in India, Ibrahim Mohamed Abdelfattah Abdelaziz

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Hidden in Plain Sight: A Baseline Study of Sexually-Exploited Male Masseurs in Metro Manila, Jarrett D. Davis and Glenn Miles

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Freedom Collaborative: Building New Connectivity for the Counter-Trafficking Movement, Tania DoCarmo

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The slow development of legislature in South Africa to combat human trafficking- Challenges and Confusion, Shelley King

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An Unholy Alliance: The Connection Between Foster Care and Human Trafficking, Michelle R. Lillie

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A College Model for Countering Human Trafficking, Ron D. Petitte

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Human Trafficking- A Contemporary African Perspective, Joanita Rwebangira

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Risk Factors for External Human Trafficking in Nigerian and Indonesian Hotspots, Mark Ryan