Preliminary results of pre- and post- surveys showed students became more familiar with key anti-trafficking definitions and facts. The surveys showed that participants became more familiar with anti-trafficking laws, the prevalence of trafficking, and were more comfortable educating peers and leaders at their institution on the topic.
Additional SUSTAIN Training will be hosted in the upcoming year in cities around the United States including Chicago and Houston. For interest in attend future SUSTAIN Trainings or for information on how to become involved in the planning committee, please contact Alyssa Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Atkinson sharing what elements make a successful presentation at the first SUSTAIN event.
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