Our Campaign Has Launched!
Memorial Day to Labor Day 2017
The I-94 Project is designed to create heightened awareness of human trafficking during peak 2017 summer travel season, Memorial Day to Labor Day. The focus will be along the I-94 corridor in southeastern Wisconsin from the border of Illinois to south of Milwaukee.
I-94 is known as a circuit used by traffickers to transport victims from Chicago to Milwaukee, Madison, Eau Claire, Minneapolis, the North Dakota oil fields and many stops in between.
As a result, truck stops, rest stops, and hotels have become common places that victims frequent.
Education is the number one way to stop trafficking.
Our goal is to give both the public and the victims the tools needed to get help and prevent further victimization and support the businesses who do not invite this criminal activity to their establishments with training and resources.
Check out the BRAND NEW I-94 Project website www.I-94project.com
VOICES FOR AWARENESS:
A CONCERT TO BENEFIT THE I-94 CAMPAIGN
The Kick-Off Event Was A Huge Success!
Thank you to Well-Known Strangers for headlining this concert and for the beautiful song and new video that we can use for awareness during our training, presentations and events.
Please share the Voices video and help us spread awareness of sex trafficking dangers surrounding our children.
Money raised from this project will:
Spread awareness of human trafficking through a print and digital awareness campaign.
Provide HT identifiers and interview question cards to regional law enforcement officers to carry with them.
Provide resource materials in a variety of forms for victims to seek help.
Educate and train area businesses and their employees such a hotels on how to spot HT and get help.
Support and assist working professionals who come into contact with victims through their jobs.
Educate the community.
UW-Parkside’s first conference on Human Trafficking
Friday, October 20, 2017, 8:15am-4:00pm
Registration is NOW OPEN
Conference registration fee: $99 early bird; $129 after September 20.
Registration fee includes keynote speakers, breakout sessions, panel discussion, lunch, and resource fair.
CEU’s can be purchased for an additional fee.
They are currently looking for resource fair participants. UWP would like to include organizations who aid in the fight to help end human trafficking.
Resource fair participant fee: $115 early bird; $145 after September 20.
Resource fair participant fee includes everything that comes with a conference registration fee, plus a table to display your organization’s information.
For more information and to register, contact Liz Hensiak at 262-595-2604 or firstname.lastname@example.org