"The Relevant University" for August 25 2015
Tonight we address a topic that many have heard about but few know its prevalence in our society. Human Trafficking has been described as modern-day slavery and in the Midwest we are certainly not immune.
This evening our guests give us an inside look presenting the problems but also recommending solutions.
Thomas Gutteridge Senior Vice Provost and Interim Dean of the College of Social Justice and Human Service at The University of Toledo His research and teaching interests include career development human resources management and laborindustrial relations. He has been published many times in these areas. Celia Williamson. Professor of social work and Director of the Human Trafficking and Social Justice Institute at The University of Toledo. And later in our program Teresa Fedor will join us. Representative Fedorrsquos work in the Ohio House of Representatives includes a penalty enhancement for human trafficking and creating a task force to study the problem.