Whose Business Is It?
The Travel Industry’s Role in Ending Modern-Day
Saturday, April 6, 2013
9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
D’Angelo Center, Room 416
St. John’s University
Slavery is one of the most egregious violations of human
dignity. Human trafficking is the means of enslaving millions of
men, women, and children each year for labor, sex, or other forms
of exploitation. This conference explores the relationship between
the travel industry, travel, and travelers to raise awareness of
this serious issue and to call all people to work to end human
Sandi D. Mitchell was the technology training and knowledge manager
at Sabre Holdings, whose businesses include TRAVELOCITY. Sabre
Holdings sponsors Passport to Freedom, a travel industry initiative
that combats child sex trafficking and human slavery through
education, advocacy, and survivor support.
Topics include: When Business Takes The Lead; The Code, ECPAT USA:
Initiatives That Matter; What Smart Travelers Know; The Cultural
Environment that Creates Demand; and Trafficking Through the DA’s
PROGRAM FOR THE DAY
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PRESENTERS AND FACILITATORS
Suggested donations: $20.00; Students—$5.00 (scholarships
available). Coffee and box lunch are included.
Complete the form and fax to: (718) 990-1901 or email to email@example.com to
register. Directions visit www.stjohns.edu/directions.
Registration extended to April 3, space
by: The New York Coalition of Religious Congregations-Stop
Human Trafficking, LifeWayNetwork, The Vincentian Center for Church
and Society, the Ladies of Charity, and the Office of Multicultural
Affairs of St. John’s University.