Join World Without Exploitation on Wednesday, July 13th, 2022 from 9am to 4pm at the Brooklyn Law School for an in-person educational youth summit. Youth advocates, experts, and survivor leaders will discuss their experiences and expertise on curated main-stage panels and interactive workshops. This free event is open to youth ages 15-28 who want to learn and take action to end human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
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Note: Attendees must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination and booster to enter. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided on site.
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5th Annual World Without Exploitation Youth Summit
July 13, 2022 from 9am to 4pm
Brooklyn Law School
250 Joralemon Street
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Ending human trafficking and sexual exploitation starts with conversations.
Conversations can warn and inform communities on how to spot sexual exploitation and trafficking to help survivors. Sharing the stories of survivors and speaking with people with lived experience informs policies, programs, and prevention efforts. Discussions educate audiences and inspire legislative change. We can all start to have conversations that will spur action.
This is why this year’s World Without Exploitation Youth Summit theme is conversation and communication.
Learn from survivors of the sex trade about the realities of the industry, who is most vulnerable to exploitation, and how we can begin to change the narratives to shrink this exploitative industry.
Youth are on the frontlines of this movement. Learn more about why and how they got involved in this issue and why they continue to advocate against sex trafficking and prostitution.
Discuss the culture of objectification and commodification that grooms individuals -- mainly men -- to consume pornography and purchase commercial sex. How can we begin to move the needle and involve more men and boys in the conversation?
Laws and policies have the power to shape our society. Learn more about the Equality Model, Sara’s Law, and other policies that will help survivors of trafficking and abuse and hold exploiters accountable.
Change starts with conversation. We can begin to have conversations about sexual exploitation, trafficking, and prostitution in our own communities. The language, tone, and approach we take, matters.