Prevention, Protection, and Prosecution: An Assessment of Anti-Trafficking Efforts

Speakers:
Holly J. Burkhalter Vice President of Government Relations and Advocacy, International Justice Mission
E. Benjamin Skinner Senior Vice President, Tau Investment Management
Presider:
Gayle Tzemach Lemmon Fellow and Deputy Director, Women and Foreign Policy, Council on Foreign Relations
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