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Center for the Human Rights of Children

Fall 2013 Human Trafficking Course

Human Trafficking in the United States : Special Issues Concerning Children

This interdisciplinary seminar will explore legal, social, and practical issues confronting human trafficking survivors (both foreign nationals and citizens) within the United States, with an emphasis on child survivors. The seminar will begin with an overview of legal systems affecting survivors of human trafficking (including international law, U.S. criminal and immigration law, and child welfare), and explore case management issues and techniques by social service providers. It will conclude with an assignment and exercises based on a hypothetical case. Students will conduct interviews, drafted an affidavit (law students), a letter of support and/or needs assessment (social work students), and a policy brief. Students will be graded on team and individual written assignments, as well as class participation. The class is open to law students and graduate-level social work students.

Fall 2014, August 25 - December 28; Wednesdays, 12pm-2pm

Law students: 2 credits, 10 weeks; LAW 249 Sec 001

Social Work students: 3 credits, 9 weeks; SOWK 634: Special Topics

Instructor: Katherine Kaufka Walts, J.D., Director, Center for the Human Rights of Children (law)

Loyola

Center for the Human Rights of Children
1032 W. Sheridan Road, Cuneo Hall, Room 320 · Chicago, IL 60660
Phone: 773.508.8050 · Fax: 773.508.8054

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