Campus Challenge: A call to action against human trafficking

The White House is asking students to come up with new and innovative ways to end human trafficking. Join Arizona State University in answering the challenge. ASU and USAID invite you to join a community of students and researchers committed to fighting modern day slavery through creative ideas and solutions to end human trafficking through the Counter Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) Campus Challenge.

Wednesday, January 9, 2013
4:30 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Arizona State University's Tempe campus
Memorial Union, Ventana Ballrooms B and C
Refreshments will be served

Let your voice be heard!

• Participate in an inspirational ASU event featuring Sarah Mendelson, deputy assistant administrator with USAID's Bureau for Democracy, Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance. and student leaders from Changemaker Central. You can join discussions, connect with fellow students, scholars and practitioners working in the anti-human trafficking space, and sign up to volunteer with a local organization and begin making a difference now.

• Join the movement! Be part of something beyond the lecture hall. Engage in conversations with experts working in the field of combating trafficking in persons at ChallengeSlavery.org.

• Be among the first to rate creative ideas to prevent human trafficking and help victims submitted by university students from around the world. You can cast your vote for the best submissions to the USAID's Tech Contest at ChallengeSlavery.org
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