The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is proud to host The First Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking. This conference is made possible through the interdisciplinary collaboration of the College of Business Administration, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Journalism, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries and the Department of Academic Conferences.

Dr. Kevin Bales will be a Keynote Speaker; Dr. Bales is one of the world's leading experts on modern slavery and child trafficking. He is President the of Free the Slaves, the US Sister organization of Anti-Slavery International (the world's oldest human rights organization).

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First Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking: Final Program Schedule

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Religious Conviction and Human Trafficking: Motive Matters, Nathan Adams, Julia Bingman, Jared Littleton, and Jeremy Scott

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Keynote Address: First Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, Kevin Bales

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Opening Public Address: First Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, Kevin Bales

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Estimating the Extent of Human Trafficking from Ukraine: Final Report, Dwayne Ball and Ronald Hampton

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Stories of Sex Trafficking: Rescue, Victimization, and Silence, Donna M. Bickford

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Human Trafficking Legislation Across the States: The Determinants of Comprehensiveness, Vanessa Bouche and Dana Wittmer

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Which Comes First, The Smuggling or The Trafficking?, Linda Brandmiller and Elizabeth Crooks

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Understanding Human Trafficking: Development of Typologies of Traffickers PHASE II, Noël Busch-Armendariz, Maura Nsonwu, and Laurie Cook Heffron

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Unintended Consequences: Understanding Human Trafficking in the United States, Lyndsey Christoffersen

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Chab Dai USA Mapping Project: U.S. Based Agencies Working Against Trafficking & Exploitation, Tania DoCarmo

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Sex Trafficking Needs Assessment for the State of Minnesota, Mary C. Ellison

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Understanding the Determinants of Police Identification of Human Trafficking Cases, Amy Farrell

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Estimating the Extent of Out-Migration Human Trafficking in Ukraine, Ron Hampton, Dwayne Ball, Julie Pennington, and Anh Nguyen

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A Social Ecological Framework for addressing Social Issues, Alexis Jaclyn Hickman, Lyndsey Christoffersen, Mo Sami, and Chitvan Trivedi

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Integrating Modern-Day Slavery into Interdisciplinary First-Year Seminars, Keisha L. Hoerrner and Ruth Goldfine

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Development in the Debate over Diplomatic Immunity for Diplomats Who Enslave Domestic Workers, Usama Kahf

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The Trafficked Worker as Private Attorney General: A Model for Enforcing the Civil Rights of Undocumented Workers, Kathleen Kim

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Commercial sexual exploitation of American Indian women and girls, Suzanne Koepplin and Alexandra (Sandi) Pierce

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Trafficking in Persons: Analyzing International Case Law to Understand Crime and the Criminal, Laura Lederer

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Where are the Victims? Perspectives on U.S. Anti-Trafficking Policy: Funding & Practice, Johnny McGaha

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ON THE ROAD TO VICTORY IN AMERICA‘S WAR ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING: LANDMARKS, LANDMINES, AND THE NEED FOR CENTRALIZED STRATEGY, Valerie Payne

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Call for Papers and Presentations: First Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking, UNL Human Trafficking Team

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Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Trafficked Girls: The Laura Vicuna Foundation Experience, Maria Victoria Palomo Sta. Ana