Tuesday, May 17th  |  12:00 – 1:20 pm ET

Join us as international award-winning Survivor Educator Timea E. Nagy-Payne shares how her experience of being trafficked and held captive for three terrifying months led her to launch the world’s first survivor-led human trafficking detection educational system for law enforcement.

Participants will learn about the importance of Survivor-led training programs, the science behind Survivor-led educational programming, and the economical significance for police services. She will be joined by special guests, Tamas Miko, a survivor of Canada’s second-largest Forced Labor case, Kaitlyn Bick, a Survivor of Domestic Sex Trafficking as well as Joshua Johnson, Policy Relations, for Peel Regional Police.

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