World Day against Trafficking in Persons will be held on Sunday 30 July 2023.
This year’s UN campaign aims to raise awareness of disturbing developments and trends and calls on governments, law enforcement, public services, and civil society to assess and enhance their efforts to strengthen prevention, identify and support victims, and end impunity.
In support of this year’s World Day against Trafficking in Persons, the International Network ofCustoms Universities (INCU) is holding a one hour seminar:
Tuesday 18 th July 2023 (11am CET, 7pm AEST)
In conversation with Dr Amber McKinley
Impact of Trauma on Victims and Witnesses involved in Human Trafficking
Amber, an Associate Professor with Australia’s Charles Sturt University, lectures in HumanTrafficking and Theoretical, Applied & Forensic Victimology. She was instrumental in the development of the recent exposé on the dark world of human trafficking, Trafficked to Australia.