HTCN completed a policy study analyzing how certain factors, such as anti-human trafficking policies, where and how people access their information, group membership, and participation in political activities, can increase community engagement with anti-trafficking advocacy. The study was done by Heidi Tastet MD (Washington University School of Medicine, Washington University Brown School) and Amanda Sy (Washington University in St. Louis, College of Arts & Sciences).
Dr. Erica Koegler has been on the Steering Committee of HTCN since 2018. In 2016, Dr. Koegler began collaborating with a St. Louis based agency that had received federal funding to combat human trafficking for over a decade. The collaboration sought to disseminate data around human trafficking, information which had previously been scant. From there, […]
July 2020: The Center for Human Rights, Gender and Migration is one of the Centers sponsored by the Washington University Institute for Public Health. The Center publishes a monthly Spotlight Series where you can meet Washington University faculty and students, as well as outside experts, practitioners, and policymakers working at the intersection of human rights, […]