Town Hall Meeting: Combating Human Trafficking and Modern-day Slavery in Ohio and Globally

 April 19, 2010, 7p.m., Ohio State University, Student Union Performance Hall, 1739 N. High Street

 Join fellow citizens to dialogue with policy-makers and leading experts on the crisis of human trafficking and modern day slavery.  What does the problem look like in Ohio and internationally? What can we do to stop it?

Judge Paul M. Herbert, Franklin County Municipal Court

Judge Paul M. Herbert was elected to the Franklin County Municipal Court Bench in 2003. Judge Herbert developed CATCH, a voluntary, two-year program to help women trapped in street prostitution. The program works to meet the complex needs of recovering women and foster a healthy environment for learning and restoration. Judge Herbert is a graduate of Ohio State University and Capital University Law School.

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