07:20 PM to 10:00 PM R
Robinson Hall B224
Section Information for Fall 2015
This course will explore the complexity of human trafficking as one of the fastest growing criminal enterprises in the world. Through weekly readings and research, including class discussions, students will learn the causes, effects, and the various forms of human trafficking towards exploitation particularly of children, youth, men, and women. The course will take into consideration countries from around the world that use and/or serve as source, transit, and/or destination of trafficked individuals and groups. Students will also study the role of the international community: government and non-government entities, regional organizations, and central governments in addressing the problem. NCC competencies highlighted in this course include: global understanding, critical thinking, well-being, communication, group collaboration, and civic engagement.
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