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May I Have A Kiss? Symposium on Chocolate
Sunday, February 19, 2017
1:30—3:00 for everyone
Learn about child slavery in the supply chain of the chocolate we consume.
Hear about what can be done.
St. Mark’s Church
940 Coeur D Alene Ave.
Venice, CA 90291
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Please join us for the 2017 CSJ Center Symposium “Hidden in the Crowd: Human Trafficking Locally and Globally”
Free and open to the public.
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Join ADL – Anti-Defamation League (Pacific Southwest Region)‘s Latino Jewish Roundtable as we learn about Human Trafficking in Los Angeles.
Thursday, October 27 at 7pm
Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills (8844 Burton Way, Beverly Hills)
-David M. Herzog (U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California)
-Avelino Reloj (CAST Los Angeles Survivor Caucus Member)
-Stephanie Molen (Director of Partnerships, CAST Los Angeles)
-Sargent Christopher Sciacca ( LA Regional Human Trafficking Task Force)
For more information, click here!
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Casa Youth Shelter’s 14th Annual Youth Leadership Conference is a day of self-discovery, friendship, cultural exchange, leadership building, inspiration, and service. Attend a series of intensive workshops designed to educate and empower future leaders.
Dynamic keynote speaker | 10 workshops to choose from | Community service hours | Lunch and opportunity drawings
Free for middle- and high-schoolers!
Saturday, October 8, 2016
9:00am — 3:00pm (Check-in at 8:00am)
Los Alamitos High School
3591 Cerritos Avenue
Los Alamitos, CA 90720
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The Long Beach Community Improvement League (LBCIL) in collaboration with the Iranian Psychological Association of America (IPAA) and Los Angeles County Psychological Association (LACPA)
Will Present: Human Trafficking – The Modern-Day Slavery
Saturday, August 27, 2016 – 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Long Beach Community Improvement League, Signal Hill Center
Las Brisas Community Room, 2399 California Avenue, Signal Hill CA 90755
An educational research-based conference on Human Trafficking Presented by experts, distinguished scholars, and psychologists Survivors of Human Trafficking Testimonials
The conference will emphasize the role of psychologists and their social responsibility in ending human trafficking and helping victims and survivors through public awareness campaigns, education and advocacy. It will cover the following subject matters:
- An overview of research on Human Trafficking: Prevalence and Risk of Violence and the Physical, Mental, and Sexual Health Problems Associated with Human Trafficking
- The social, economic, legal, physical, social, and psychological impacts of Human Trafficking: Emphasis will be placed on psychological effects including:
Mind/body separation and disassociated ego states, Shame, Grief, Fear, Distrust, Self-hatred, Suicide, and Suicidal Thoughts.
- Helping Survivors to Cope
*Advance Registration Is Required – “First-come, first-served”; Only the First 50 Registered Individuals May Attend the Conference
*Psychologists and Mental Health Providers Current Members of IPAA or LACPA will receive 3 Continued Education (CE) by IPAA (APA approved CE Sposnor)
*Refreshments and Handouts Provided
WHENWHEREThe Long Beach Community Improvement League (LBCIL) in collaboration with the Iranian Psychological Association of America (IPAA) Los Angeles County Psychological Association (LACPA) – Signal Hill Center Las Brisas Community Room 2399 California Avenue, Signal Hill, CA 90755 – View Map
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In conjunction with
Pediatric Grand Rounds
Friday, July 15, 2016
Van Dyke Theater
Child Sex Trafficking and Exploitation:
Victim Health Care Needs
Jordan Greenbaum, MD
International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children
At the end of the lecture participants should be able to:
- Describe the nature of child sex trafficking in the US and common physical and emotional consequences
- Apply suggest trauma-informed techniques for interacting with suspected victims
- Recall the appropriate reporting process for suspected exploitation and trafficking and common medical referrals
- No AB1195 was identified for this lecture
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