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AGO - 2021 Ohio Attorney General’s Human Trafficking Summit
Thursday, January 14, 2021, 8:45 AM until 4:00 PM
Statewide Training Events
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Attorney General Dave Yost presents his second annual Human Trafficking Summit, set for Jan. 14, 2021, and being convened virtually because of COVID-19 concerns.
Speakers and 15 workshop options will offer resources, success stories, lessons
learned and inspiration to advocates, community members, court personnel,
health care providers, law enforcement and survivors.
Attorney General Dave Yost’s Human Trafficking Initiative works to
end labor and sex trafficking in the state by building awareness, empowering
Ohioans to take action in their communities, helping victims and ensuring
that traffickers and johns are brought to justice.
8:45 a.m. Attendee login begins
9 a.m. Welcome, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost
9:45 a.m. Keynote speakers Kelly J. Kelleher, MD, and Jennifer J. Tscholl, MD,
Nationwide Children’s Hospital | Human Trafficking and Health:
Traumatized Children and Traumatizing Systems
This candid conversation will share how human trafficking affects children, how child and
adolescent victims can be identified in health-care settings and how health-care and other
systems can work together to prevent trafficking and reduce its toll.
11 a.m. Workshop options
» The Illicit Massage Industry: A Quick Look at the Chinese Supply Chain
» First Responses to Human Trafficking
» Federal Perspective: The New Human Trafficking Division at the Office for
Victims of Crime
» When Parents Are Pimps
» From Human Trafficking to Human Rights: Shifting the Next 20 Years of
NOON LUNCH BREAK
12:30 p.m. Renee Jones Empowerment Center, “Trapped,”
a living board game for teens
1:10 p.m. Workshop options:
» Considering a Dedicated Docket for Juvenile Human Trafficking? The Triumphant and
Turbulent Tale of One Ohio Court’s Response
» Cases in Family Medicine: Offering Comprehensive Care for Patients Impacted by
» The Role of ACEs and Their Implication for Human Trafficking in Ohio
» Finding How To Fit: Positive Impacts of Fitness and Wellness Programming for
Survivors & Anti-Trafficking Professionals
» Why Colorblindness Does Not Work: Creating and Sustaining Culturally Competent
Sexual Violence Programs and Supporting BIPOC Survivors
2:20 p.m. Workshop options:
» Overcoming Issues Within a Human Trafficking Case
» Prevention Solution Model
» Lessons from Statewide Partnerships To Improve Outcomes for Children and Youth
» Substance Abuse and Human Trafficking
» Anti-Human Trafficking & Black Lives Matter
3:30 p.m. Closing session
$10 registration fee can be paid by credit card or check