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Conference on Human Trafficking 2010 Conference Program.
The conference will begin Thursday evening, September 30, with a reception and opportunity
for participants to network. Friday will begin with an opening speech by our keynote speaker,
then break into a day's worth of three concurrent sessions, with two sets of sessions before
lunch and two sets of sessions after lunch. With 3 to 4 presentations in each 80-minute session,
presenters should plan on speaking for 12-15 minutes, and allowing 5-13 minutes for discussion.
Lunch and supper will be served and will provide networking opportunities.
Saturday will continue the concurrent sessions up to lunch, which will also be served
at the conference.
The organizing team is pleased to announce that our keynote speaker at the conference
will be E. Benjamin Skinner, author of the recent A Crime so Monstrous: Face-to-Face with Modern-Day
E. Benjamin Skinner
- Keynote Speaker for 2nd Annual Human Trafficking Conference
- Read E. Benjamin Skinner's bio information
- Funding for the appearance of Ben Skinner is provided by the E.N. Thompson Forum
on World Issues and the Second Interdisciplinary Conference. Mr. Skinner will open
the conference on the morning of October 1 with a speech specifically to the conference,
and will also speak to the public the night before, to which all conference attendees
- Join the E.N. Thompson Forum on World issues for a lecture by Ben Skinner on September
30, 2010 at 7:00 pm at the Lied Center for Performing Arts. Reserve your free tickets
via the E.N. Thompson Forum's website or
by contacting the Lied Center box office at 402-472-4747.