Nov 16 Wed

International Trends in Human Trafficking

12:00PM - 01:30PM Washington College of Law

Please join us in-person at American University, Washington College of Law for a panel discussion on recent global trends in human trafficking. Lunch will also be provided. The presentations will include discussions on the root causes, debunking myths, diplomatic immunity, strategic litigation, and so much more. This event will be moderated by our very own Humphrey Fellow, Mae Flores. Mae is a Deputy Regional Prosecutor of the Philippines Department of Justice and an anti-trafficking advocate. We will be joined by the following experts:

  • Maggie Baingana, Founder and Managing Partner, Shield Associates in Rwanda
  • Dr. Denise Brennan, Professor and Head of Department of Anthropology, Georgetown University
  • Neha Misra, Global Lead, Migration and Human Trafficking, The Solidarity Center
  • Martina Vandenberg, Founder and President, The Human Trafficking Legal Center

Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Time: 12-1:30 PM

Location: Washington College of Law | Claudio Grossman Hall

Questions? Contact us at


International Legal Studies Program


Washington College of Law
4300 Nebraska Avenue, NW
Washington DC