February 28: Access to Justice for Trafficked Persons Legal Case Study Hack

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January 16, 2019

Information from Canadian Council for Refugees: This in-person networking and training meeting will explore legal strategies for responding to trafficked persons cases. Using case examples, participants will brainstorm on appropriate recourses and best practices for responding to trafficked persons situations, and how to improve collaboration in these responses.

The meeting takes place directly before the CCR Winter Working Group Meetings, 1-2 March 2019 in Toronto.

Who should attend?

This knowledge-sharing session is designed for all who work to strengthen access to justice and protection for trafficked persons and those who fall along the spectrum of exploitation.

Immigration and refugee lawyers, service providers, front-line workers at NGOs and other advocates are welcome to attend.

We will expect participants to have some knowledge of human trafficking and labour exploitation (https://ccrweb.ca/en/trafficking).

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