Webster University and the Archway (MO) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated invite you to attend a Human Trafficking Panel and Workshop
When: Saturday, March 19, 2016
Where: Webster University, The Edwards Jones Commons, East Academic Building, 545 Garden Ave., Webster Groves, Missouri
Time: 9:00 a.m. until noon (Continental Breakfast begins at 9:00 a.m.) (Panel Discussion begins at 9:30 a.m.)
Panelists: Assistant U.S. Attorney Howard Marcus; Katie Rhoades, MSW, Founder of Healing Action Network; Webster Professor Anne Geraghty-Rathert; Amanda Mohl, Coordinator of the Human Trafficking Education Programs at the International Institute in St. Louis; and Mary Claire Jost, Webster University Legal Studies student and Leiden study abroad participant.
The Panel Discussion is followed by “Break Out” sessions to engage in deeper dialogue on the topic of your choice:
Session 1: "Federal Prosecution: A Case Study," led by Assistant United States Attorney, Howard Marcus
Session 2: "Victims and Healing," led by Katie Rhoades, MSW and Amanda Mohl, the International Institute
Session 3: "Living the Leiden Experience," led by Sonette Magnus, J.D. and Mary Claire Jost, Webster University Legal Studies Student
*During the event, there will be products sold by Made for Freedom, a St. Louis-based, for-proﬁt social enterprise, wholesale/retail apparel company and a global force for good. The company’s table will feature products made by those at risk and survivors of human trafficking. In addition to digniﬁed employment, Made for Freedom will donate a portion of proceeds to organizations for preventative and restorative programs that fight against sex trafﬁcking.
Saturday, March 19, 2016 at 9:30am
East Academic Building, Commons
545 Garden Ave. 63119