Spring 2024

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College/Employer: UC Berkeley

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Past Classes

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O735: Introduction to Human Trafficking in Splash Spring 2021 (Mar. 13, 2021)
This course will provide students with a comprehensive introduction to human trafficking and basic terminology associated in the field. We will discuss the nuances of sex and labor trafficking, dispel common misconceptions that attend to each of these forms of exploitation, and investigate ways to identify and report potential instances of trafficking. We will also discuss the variety of national laws and international protections that govern anti-trafficking work and the marginalized communities that have been disproportionately impacted by human trafficking. By exposing students to critical perspectives, we hope students will walk away from the course with a greater understanding of the structural vulnerabilities, institutions and policies that engender trafficking in our communities. Through our closing discussion on the various professions that can play an active role in combating trafficking, we hope that students will be equipped with the knowledge to reimagine anti-trafficking advocacy and contribute to this social justice cause in their future endeavors.