Human Trafficking Summit Begins Monday in Charles Town
November 17, 2014
By Jeff Jenkins
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — Experts from around the world will be discussing the topic of human trafficking during a four-day conference that begins Monday in Charles Town. The second annual International Summit on Combating Human Trafficking, “Widening the Net: Together Let’s Stop Traffick” will be hosted by American Military University in Charles Town. Organizers expect 200 experts from around the world who deal with human trafficking on a daily basis to be in attendance including labor trafficking survivors from Africa, Europe, the Middle East, North and South America, and Asia who will share their stories.
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