The Center for International Development Presents:
Trafficking in Person and the Crisis of Violent Extremism

On Tuesday April 24th, 2018, the Center for International Development will host a conference open to the public that will cover topics around human trafficking, counter efforts made by the United States, and the role that violence in countries such as Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Syria, and Somalia have played in displacing refugees. The conference will be held at the University at Albany’s Uptown Campus in Assembly Hall from 8:30am to 5pm. Guest speakers include Human Rights Fellow at USAID’s Center of Excellence on Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance Vy Lam, PhD; Director of the Human Smuggling and Trafficking Center Patrick Hannon; Rockefeller College Interim Dean Karl Rethemeyer, PhD; and related experts from Rockefeller College.

Click here for a detailed agenda, and to register.