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Our Response to COVID-19

March 19, 2020 At the University of Maryland SAFE Center, we recognize the trying times we are facing as...

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Steptoe & Johnson, LLP Honors SAFE Center at International Women’s Day Event

March 8, 2020 In honor of International Women’s Day, the Washington D.C.-based international law firm Steptoe and Johnson LLP,...

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SAFE Center Provides Human Trafficking Webinar Presentation to American Trauma Society

March 2, 2020 The SAFE Center’s Director of Clinical Services Rosa “Delmy” Alvayero, and Research and Program Coordinator Sophie...

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SAFE Center Director Speaks at International Interfaith Conference in Abu Dhabi as “Voice of Human Fraternity” for Work Combating Human Trafficking

February 4, 2020 Susan Esserman, Founder and Director of the SAFE Center, was invited to address the international interfaith...

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SAFE Center Hosts 2020 Maryland Labor Trafficking Symposium

On January 29, the Support, Advocacy, Freedom, and Empowerment (SAFE) Center for Human Trafficking Survivors hosted a strategic symposium...

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New Guidelines Help Identify, Support Human Trafficking Survivors in Maryland

Source: Maryland Hospital Association | January 24, 2020 A new resource guide aims to equip Maryland health care providers...

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SAFE Center Director Delivers US Chamber of Commerce Event Keynote on Partnering with Businesses to Combat Trafficking and Empower Survivors

January 16, 2020 The U.S. Chamber of Commerce hosted a forum on Integrating Services for Human Trafficking Survivors on...

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SAFE Center Director Featured on Kojo Nnamdi Show

Source: WAMU 88.5  (Washington’s NPR Station) – The Kojo Nnamdi Show | January 9, 2020  In honor of Human...

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UMD SAFE Center Launches Economic Empowerment Initiative led by Mari Snyder

Source: University of Maryland School of Public Health | June 20, 2019  The University of Maryland SAFE (Support, Advocacy,...

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SAFE Center Releases 2019 Legislative Report

Source: University of Maryland School of Public Health | June 10, 2019  Three new Maryland laws passed this year...

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