On 14 February 2014, in collaboration with the global campaign One Billion Rising For Justice, the Life Link Training Institute is hosting a Southwest Human Trafficking Symposium.
Join us at the historic La Fonda Hotel, at the end of the Santa Fe Trail, as we RISE against modern day slavery, including all forms of Human Trafficking. We RISE to raise community response, to increase law enforcement response, to raise awareness, to raise the dignity of victims and to elevate the standards of aftercare.
The symposium will explore the multidimensional impact of modern day slavery on the victims and society in which it occurs. By examining issues including the stigma of sex trafficking, community, civic, and law enforcement responses, and the challenges to healing and recovery, this gathering aspires to raise the standard of care victims are receiving and move the field toward a dignified, human rights-based approach to comprehensive, best-practice aftercare.
ONE BILLION RISING FOR JUSTICE is an invitation to break free from confinement, obligation, shame, guilt, grief, pain, humiliation, rage, and bondage. It is a call to bring on revolutionary justice. Join us!
Space is Limited
For more information, and to register, visit
The Life Link is pleased that Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry is supporting the 505-GET-FREE outreach campaign to reach victims of human trafficking. He is dedicated to combating human trafficking, ensuring victims receive quality aftercare, and raising community awareness of this critical issue.
Pictured (left to right):
Delaney Woodward, Special Assistant to Mayor Richard J. Berry
Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry
Lynn Sanchez, Life Link Human Trafficking Program Director
Justin Wagner, Life Link Human Trafficking Outreach Specialist