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Human Trafficking, according to the International Labor Organization, is a 150 billion dollar-a-year global industry.  It is one of the worst forms of human rights violations.

Eleanor Roosevelt College is strongly committed to ensuring the human rights of all people. As a college that promotes international understanding and community development, ERC is challenging students to broaden their intellectual mind and socio-cultural curiosities beyond the common privileges of modern society. Eleanor Roosevelt College offers a Human Trafficking Awareness Workshop that not only offers students a glimpse into the dark side of humanity but also opportunities for social change and justice.



This is a an approved Global Service Gold Activity for the 

ERC Global Service Certificate Program.




Saturday, January 28, 2023, 9 am - 4 pm

Great Hall/Asante Rooms, In-person

Featured Partners:

  • District Deputy Attorney San Diego, Overview of the San Diego County Human Trafficking & Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Advisory Council
  • Program Coordinator, North County Lifeline, Project LIFE
  • UC San Diego Alum ‘21 and Former HTA participant and intern
  • Associate Professor, SDSU/Adjunct Professor UCSD, Public Health
  • PhD Student & Teaching Assistant, University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Public Health
  • Global Communities, Program Officer, Human Trafficking Prevention Programs

Saturday, February 4, 2023, 9 am - 12:30 pm

Service Project, Off-campus

  • Help a local transitional home through service and donations.


Applications are now being accepted. Apply by December 9, 2022. Late applications accepted. Please complete and return your application and signed liability waiver.



Liability Waiver


Community Partners

Department of Homeland Security

Generate Hope

Global Communities

North  County Lifeline

San Diego Deputy District Attorney

San Diego State University Public Health

University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) College of Public Health