101 Track

The 101 Track is the 'Awareness and Education' track which is free for community members. In this track, attendees will learn the basics of human trafficking and how they can be involved in the fight against it.

201 Track

The 201 Track is for professionals who seek advanced training, professional development and engagement in the field of human trafficking. It provides training for professionals who might encounter individuals who are at the risk of experiencing trafficking or who have experienced trafficking.

301 Track

301' Research Track for researchers and academics that will highlight cutting-edge multi-disciplinary research in the field. This track seeks to create a data-driven body of literature in the field of human trafficking. It also serves as a place to build research collaborations and drive the field in strategic and impactful directions.

What is the Symposium?

The Northern Colorado Human Trafficking Symposium is a premier and distinctive conference that seeks to engage and educate on the issue of human trafficking through research, training, and collaboration. The theme for the 2022 symposium is ‘Empowering the Global Frontlines’.

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This symposium offers three tracks, a 101 ‘awareness’ track focusing on general awareness and education, specially prepared for community members, faculty members and students​, and a 201 ’professional’ track emphasizing advanced training and higher-level education prepared for professionals, survivors, graduate students and faculty specializing in the field, and a 301’research’ research track highlighting cutting-edge quantitative and qualitative research in human trafficking and modern slavery and emphasizing discussions of contemporary issues, emerging topics and research methodology in the field.  

previous presenters and keynotes

Shanna Parker, Survivor and Founder of ‘Angels Go to Work’

Dr. Becca Johnson, Licensed Psychologist and Aftercare Specialist

Judge Robert Lung, Survivor Leader, Colorado Human Trafficking Council

Attorney General Sean Reyes, State of Utah

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