C.A.R.E. Symposium: An Anti-Trafficking Movement

Sat January 20, 2024 Samuel Merritt University - Bechtel Hall 400 Hawthorne Ave Oakland, CA 94609 US (1/20/24 | 9am - 3pm)



This is a FREE event! Contributions are welcomed. 


This is a FREE event! Contributions are welcomed. 


C.A.R.E. Symposium: An Anti-Trafficking Movement

The best demonstration of who we are as a person is revealed in how we care for ourselves and others. Our ability to prioritize the practice of care as individuals, as companions in various relations, as community members, and as societal partners is directly correlated to the idea that we all deserve health equity. Whether we encounter people we know or strangers, care toward others can have a meaningful and enduring impact. Creating space for community members, community-based organizations, and key stakeholders.


Event Details:

The inaugural C.A.R.E. Symposium will be held on January 20, 2024 from (9am - 3pm) in Oakland at Samuel Merritt University. Let’s transform our community by elevating Capacity, Allyship, Resilience, and Equity to advance population health through prevention and reducing disparities. This year's focus: An Anti-Trafficking Movement. Let's unite, learn, and make a positive impact together. 

At the C.A.R.E. Symposium, you'll have the opportunity to hear from renowned speakers, engage in thought-provoking discussions, and participate in interactive workshops. Together, we will explore practical strategies to prevent trafficking, support survivors, raise awareness, and build community. 
Whether you're a concerned citizen, an advocate, a professional in the field, or a youth group organization, this event is for you. Let's unite in the fight against trafficking and empower one another to create a safer world for all.


Learning Objectives

  1. Increase awareness about the different forms of human trafficking, its root cause, the association of social determinants of health, and the critical role individuals and communities play in its prevention. 
  2. Equip attendees with the knowledge and tools to build capacity within themselves and their communities, enabling them to actively combat human trafficking. 
  3. Promote allyship as a fundamental pillar of the anti-trafficking movement, encouraging participants to stand united in support of survivors and the prevention of exploitation. 
  4. Explore strategies for cultivating personal and collective resilience for those directly and indirectly impacted by human trafficking. 
  5. Emphasize the importance of equity in addressing systemic structures that foster human trafficking.
  6. Inspire participants to take meaningful and appropriate action against human trafficking through the implementation of the C.A.R.E. model. 

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Samuel Merritt University - Bechtel Hall
400 Hawthorne Ave
Oakland, CA 94609 US

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