USF/Lane Center Presents at USCCB Anti-trafficking Meeting

12-02-2011

 The Coalition of Catholic Organizations Against Human Trafficking featured a panel presentation of Catholic Universities working on Human trafficking at it's recent meeting at the USCCB offices in Washington DC.  In addition to the University of San Francisco, the University of Dayton and St. Thomas University of Miami were presenters.  The USF presentation included the work of current Erasmus students whom are researching human trafficking in San Francisco, the California Transparency Act, building a network of students at Jesuit schools working on human exploitation, and the connection between climate change and child prostitution.

     The Coalition is made up of diverse Catholic groups including a number of women's religious communities, State Catholic Conferences, USCCB - Office of Migration and Refugees, Catholic Universities, CRS and others.