Calls for Papers

Each year, The Protection Project hosts conferences around the world regarding women’s rights, comparative international human rights law, trafficking in persons, child protection, and the role of civil society and the media in monitoring human rights violations. Periodically, The Protection Project will release a call for papers to encourage the participation of scholars, practioners, and experts from around the world in such events. Calls for papers for upcoming conferences:

 

Second Regional Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility in the Middle East

On May 29-30, 2014, The Protection Project at The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (TPP), in cooperation with Jerash University, will host the Second Regional Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility in the Middle East. The event will be held in Istanbul, Turkey and will bring together private sector representatives, law professors, and representatives from NGOs and other elements of civil society to discuss a broad array of topics related to corporate social responsibility in the Middle East.

To participate in the event as a speaker, please see the Call for Papers.
 

 

Ninth Annual Symposium on Trafficking in Persons: “Sharing Best and Promising Practices on Combating Trafficking in Persons”

On Tuesday, November 4, 2014, The Protection Project will host the Ninth Annual Symposium on Trafficking in Persons titled: “Sharing Best and Promising Practices on Combating Trafficking in Persons”. The Symposium will mark a significant and timely step forward in the sharing of best and promising practices that are utilized to combat the crime of human trafficking by bringing together distinguished speakers from the private sector, government agencies, and NGOs from across the United States and abroad to exchange their knowledge. Best practices in combating human trafficking that will be discussed include the use of technology and media, the role of civil society, the importance of public-private partnerships, prevention methods, government accountability, enforcement of anti-trafficking legislation, implementation of national action plans, public awareness campaigns, and others.

To participate in the event as a speaker, please see the Call for Papers.

To attend the conference, please click here.

 

 

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