Integrated and Holistic Strategies for Mitigating Undocumented, Irregular and Forced Migration
The phenomenon of Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling (undocumented, forced and irregular migration) especially those involving child trafficking, lack of opportunities for self-actualization, development and improvement within immediate environments, corruption, poverty, marginalization, deprivation, illiteracy and inequitable distribution of resources are intrinsically intertwined multifaceted human and minority rights, social, cultural, humanitarian and economic development problems. These challenges, also affects social cohesion, human development, the rights to self-actualization, development and determination, peace, safety and security, a bad situation that has become a blot on the conscience of society.
This not withstanding, critical analysis, monitoring and observation of the various strategies adopted to leverage Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling indicates that such programs are concentrated on law enforcement agencies and other few social welfare and services organizations. This ignores other critical stakeholders that can be described as the missing piece in the efforts to curb Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling. And it’s imperative to extend training, capacity-building, public education, information dissemination, awareness raising and sensitization programs to all such stakeholders to reverse the dangerous Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling trend and treats to humanity.
This actionable workshop will offer participants the requisite innovative, applicable and high leverage education, information dissemination, awareness creation, sensitization, training and capacity-building in order to better understand and gain new perspectives on the intricacies of Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling to become more productive, effective and efficient in its detection, prevention and response actions.
The workshop introduces a new frontier of methodological and systematic engagement and empowerment of all relevant and key stakeholders particularly, tourism, travel and hospitality professionals, businesses, services providers, organizations, institutions, departments and agencies whose actions or inaction can have greater impact on the international efforts to end Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling epidemic through the elevation of the productiveness, effectiveness and efficiency of detection, prevention and response actions.
The 2019 international "Human Trafficking & Migrants Smuggling Eradication Workshop"
Are you already or do you want to be at the forefront of the global efforts to stem the tide of the Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling Menace?
If you have even the slightest passion or interest in eliminating the Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling (modern day slavery) epidemic particularly, those that involves children, you can't afford to miss-out on this event.
Join us at this purposefully designed actionable workshop which is redefining the future of the international efforts to guard against the deadly phenomenon that has become a blot on the conscience of humanity.
The hidden tragedy of Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling (undocumented, irregular and forced migration), widely acclaimed to be the second largest underground criminal industry that is not just destroying and devastating so many lives, families and communities within originating countries but also victims within countries of transit and final destination.
Date: 25 - 27 July, 2019
Location: Silver Spring, Maryland, USA
Venue: Silver Spring Civic Building, 1 Veterans Plaza, Silver Spring, MD 20910
To achieve the desired broad-based and grassroots goals, objectives and targets, this actionable training and capacity-building workshop is open to target audience including and not limited to those highlighted below:
- Religious organizations
- Youth clubs and associations
- Transport operators and unions
- Academics, students and educational institutions
- Media/PR houses, practitioners and professionals
- Social welfare and services officials, employees and personnel
- Public, civil and private sector leaders, officials and employees
- Chiefs, Queen mothers, traditional leaders and community opinion leaders
- Security, law enforcement, public safety and judiciary officials, personnel and employees
- Tourism, travel and hospitality professionals, businesses, service providers and institutions
- Anti-human trafficking/migrants smuggling activists, civil society organizations, institutions, groups and individuals
- Professional associations/groups (lawyers, researchers, journalist, teachers, procurement, human resource officials etc.)
- All identifiable formal and informal organizations, institutions, departments, agencies, groups, networks, professionals and individuals interested and/or involved in fighting human trafficking and migrants smuggling (undocumented, irregular and forced migration)
- All organizations, institutions, departments, agencies, groups, networks and individuals whose profession, work, operations, social and economic activities are relevant and can contribute meaningfully to nipping Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling in the bud
- Causes, effects and dimensions of HTMS
- Definitions and differences between HTMS
- HTMS methodologies adopted by perpetrators
- Domestic and international laws, rules and regulations against HTMS
- Framework for rescuing victims, reporting and prosecution of perpetrators
- Getting acquainted with domestic, international and global issues relating to HTMS
- Processes and procedures for reporting cases or perpetrators to the appropriate authorities
- HTMS victims and perpetrators profiling, interviewing, screening and identification methodologies
- Identification and learning of the various character traits/behaviors of victims and perpetrators of HTMS
- The risks involved in undocumented, forced and irregular migration (HTMS) and alternative travel solutions
- Case studies on international and domestic trends in HTMS as well as prevention responses and strategies
- Understanding the application of diversity management, social and intercultural communication dynamics in curbing HTMS
- Understanding and application of the United Nations (UN) protocols to prevent, suppress and punish trafficking and against smuggling of persons
- The role of tourism, travel and hospitality industry intermediaries and other stakeholders in identifying, disrupting, intercepting and/or rescuing HTMS victims
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