On February 11-12, 2020, the Minnesota Department of Human Services, Minnesota Department of Health, Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center and the Enitan Story will be co-sponsoring a multidisciplinary conference in central Minnesota. See the Save the Date and conference website for more details. Keynote plenary session include Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, race and intersectionality in the Safe Harbor movement, and survivor leadership. You are invited to come learn about a wide variety of topics and collaborative opportunities designed to engage participants in taking action to advance Safe Harbor in Minnesota.
The conference focus areas are: screening and identification of trafficking and exploitation; enhancing services for sex and labor trafficking; improving collaborative responses; and responses for American Indian youth and families. Apply online by December 31 for a scholarship to attend. You can request free space for exhibit booths, marketplace for survivor wares, and an art gallery. Continuing education credits pending (CLE, social work CEUs, POST). Conference registration and lodging available soon.
Contact Sarah.Ladd@state.mn.us for more information.