Summer Short Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): May 11th – May 29th | 3 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: June 1st – June 19th | 3 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: June 22nd – July 10th | 3 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: July 13th – July 31st | 3 Units

Fall Semester Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): 4 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: 4 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: 4 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: 4 Units

Summer Short Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): May 11th – May 29th | 3 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: June 1st – June 19th | 3 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: June 22nd – July 10th | 3 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: July 13th – July 31st | 3 Units

Fall Semester Courses

  1. Identification, intervention, and coordination of care for the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC): 4 Units

  2. Interdisciplinary theory and methods for prevention of exploitation and family strengthening: 4 Units

  3. Rehabilitation, reintegration, and psychotherapeutic interventions for victims of human trafficking: 4 Units

  4. Implementation of orphan care systems and programs in low- and middle-income countries: 4 Units

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Symposium on Modern Slavery

August 5th - 6th 2022

The Symposium on Modern Slavery was hosted by SJRC to showcase innovative research in the United Kingdom and around the world.

About the Event

The inaugural Symposium on Modern Slavery was hosted by St. James Research Centre (SJRC) August 5th – 6th 2022. SJRC was founded in 2019 and provides evidence-based training and resources to policymakers, practitioners, and students in modern slavery, community-based development, non-profit management and governance, and child-care. Our goal is to create an international community of practice dedicated to developing innovative solutions for social intervention and policy. 

 

The 2022 Symposium on Modern Slavery presented a wide range of topics related to three key emerging tenets of the global fight against Modern Slavery, including modern slavery in the United Kingdom, diversifying practice and emerging policy, and innovations in the field. 

Recorded Presentations

"Exploring the Linkages Between Homelessness and Human Trafficking"

Aisha Abbas, Research Fellow, St. James Research Centre (SJRC); and Amie Sillito, Research Fellow, St. James Research Centre (SJRC)