The deadline for abstract submission via email is November 20, 2014.
The Global Center for Women and Justice’s annual Ensure Justice conference is releasing a call for research papers. The conference focuses on issues of human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of children. This year’s theme will follow the Federal Five-Year Anti-Trafficking Strategic Plan structure of Coordination, Collaboration, Capacity and the addition of Compassion, a reflection of the role the faith-based community plays in combating human trafficking.
We are not seeking workshop speakers, but academic presentations including: facts, knowledge, ideas, theories, on-the-ground approaches, methods, program evaluations, research agendas, and research needs. The presentations will be 15 minutes with 15 minutes for discussion, totaling no more than 30 minutes. The organizing committee is willing to consider other formats, such as panel presentations.
We invite abstract submissions of up to 300 words from students and professionals with academic or professional research. Please fill out our submission form and include a brief resume or CV. Deadline to submit an abstract is November 20,2014 to email@example.com
The committee will expect a commitment to attend by at least one of the accepted presenters, with a non-refundable deposit of $50, by January 15, 2015, for presenters to remain on the program. The deposit may be paid on the Ensure Justice Registration webpage. For papers selected, the remainder of the registration fee will be complementary.
Sending an abstract and/or any other materials will constitute a release of copyright, and allow the materials they present (in written, video, audio, or graphic form) to be made available on the conference website after the conference. No paper proceedings will be published, but the presented materials will be available on the conference website for the indefinite future.
The deadline for submission of materials, other than the abstract and printed materials, to be emailed to GCWJ is January 15, 2015. Conference presenters may include a formal paper, PowerPoint slides, film, or anything arising from their presented work. If nothing is submitted, their abstract will be placed on the web site as directed by the staff.
If you have questions about presentations or would like to begin the submission process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submission form: Call for Papers – Ensure Justice 2015
Start 2014 with a plan to make a difference in Ending Human Trafficking. Here are two toolkits to help you get started:
TOOLKIT #1 – Human Trafficking 101
Get a small group together for three weeks during National Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Listen to one Ending Human Trafficking podcast a week and meet during lunch or after work to discuss it.
This toolkit includes 3 podcasts and the Orange County Human Trafficking Handout, WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING? Then send us feedback on how you used what you learned. email@example.com
- What is Human Trafficking? – Link to Podcast
- The Fourth “P” in the Trafficking in Person’s Report – Link to Podcast
- Partnership: Law Enforcement and Church Leaders – Link to Podcast
- “What Can You Do to Stop Human Trafficking?” Handout
TOOLKIT #2 INTERNET SAFETY
Get a small group together for three weeks during National Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Listen to one Ending Human Trafficking podcast a week and meet during lunch or after work to discuss it. Then send us feedback on how you used what you learned. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ernie Allen – International Center for Missing and Exploited Children – Link to Podcast
- Cyber Exploitation Prevention – Link to Podcast
- Cyber Crimes and Brittany’s Story – Link to Podcast
Spend some time reviewing the Netsmartz.org website. Your tax dollars have helped produce many of these resources in collaboration with National Center for Missing and Exploited Children experts and the FBI. Then use the interactive, age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline. The program is designed for children ages 5-17, parents and guardians, educators, and law enforcement. With resources such as videos, games, activity cards, and presentations, NetSmartz entertains while it educates. You will need to register to download the recommended tip sheet.
Join us Friday March 8 at 7:15pm for a special Ensure Justice event – open to all!
Come and take part in a time of worship with Anaheim Vineyard Church worship band and a special message from Dr. Bill Dogterom!
Free to attend – no conference registration needed!
Worship + Message
Friday March 8
7:15 – 9:00pm
Newport Mesa Church
HURRY! Early Bird Rates end February 7!
Ensure Justice is only ONE month away, and soon we will be saying goodbye to our special Early Bird Rate of $99!
Register today to secure your spot and join us for this year’s Ensure Justice Conference – Cyber Exploitation: Prevention, Protection, and Demand Reduction!
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Have you registered for Ensure Justice 2013? Listen to this podcast with Sandie Morgan to learn more about this year’s conference focused on Cyber Exploitation.