Human Trafficking: The Intersection of Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence

Instructor: Que English, Ph.D.

Date:  Tuesday, July 25 2017

Time: 6:00pm – 8:45pm

Course Code:  SWHUMTR5/1

Room: Silberman/216

Cost: $105.00

Description:  This session will review the state of knowledge about the relationship between domestic violence (DV) and human trafficking.  Participants will examine the prevalence of trafficking victims with prior experience of domestic violence; compare the overlapping triggers and methodology between the trafficker and comestic violence abuser.

CE Hours: 3


About the Instructor:

Named 1 of 25 most influential women in the Bronx (Bronx Times), Dr. Que English is an educator, trainer and international speaker.  She chairs the New York City Faith-Based Coalition Against Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence, an interfaith network formed to educate, engage and equip individuals and organizations to eradicate human trafficking and domestic violence in their communities.  She also launched the Not On My Watch! Movement to create awareness around these atrocities.  As a coalition builder, Dr. English co-founded the Bronx Clergy Roundtable, the largest coalition in the Bronx boasting over 500 partners. 

In 2016, Dr. English launched the first pilot of the People’s Police Academy in New York City, an academy slated for citywide rollout with potential for national acceptance. The community-led academy aims to help public safety officers transition into the communities they serve. Her notable awards include The Senator Joseph Galiber Award, The Sojourner Truth Award and the Bethune-Height Recognition Award.


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