October 11, 2012 - October 13, 2012: Lincoln, Nebraska

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Fourth Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, 2012: Program Schedule and Abstracts

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Human Trafficking Conference: General Information and Purpose

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Permission Release Form for Submissions

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Anti-Trafficking Legislation in Sub-Saharan Africa: Analyzing the Role of Coercion and Parental Responsibility, Ruby Andrew and Benjamin N. Lawrance

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The Lack of Conviction: Why Human Traffickers Remain Free, Christine Balarezo

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An Empirical Assessment of Human Trafficking in Europe, Monti N. Datta and Kevin Bales

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“The Lingha Boys of Siem Reap” A Baseline Study of Sexually-Exploited Young Men in Siem Reap, Cambodia, Jarrett Davis and Glenn Miles

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NGO ATTITUDES TOWARD COMMUNITY-BASED CARE MODELS FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN CAMBODIA!, Tania DoCarmo

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Strengthening Programmatic Effectiveness through Collaboration with Tucks School of Business, Stephanie Goins

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Estimating the Effect of Advertising in Bringing Victims to Rehabilitation, Ron Hampton, Dwayne Ball, Julie Pennington, and Anh Nguyen

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Listening to the Voice of Intimate Partner Violence Victims from Internet Discussion Forums, Shuhong Luo

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Addressing Human Trafficking in the Supply Chain at Reed Elsevier, Terry Martin

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AN ETHICAL FRAMEWORK FOR CROSS-BORDER LABOR RECRUITMENT, Jessica McCormick

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Collaboration Gone Global: Knowledge-Sharing Among National and International Stakeholders to Build an Informed Interdisciplinary Response to Trafficking, Taylor Poe, Tania DoCarmo, Joan Jarman, and Rose Gunderson

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Human Trafficking and Education: a Qualitative Case Study of Two NGO Programs in Thailand, Robert Spires

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A Shared Commitment in Vision and Practice for Reaching Excellence in Anti-Human Trafficking Initiatives – The Chab Dai Charter, Helen Sworn and Aimee Brammer

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Health and Human Trafficking: The role of health care professionals from prevention to aftercare, Katherine Welch MD