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Together Let’s Stop Traffick – 2013 Summit

Date: November 14-17, 2013

Location: Ottawa, ON

Between 14 and 17 November, 2013 in Ottawa – Canada's national capital – a seismic shift will take place in the global battle to wipe out criminally-organized human trafficking.

United in their commitment to hammer out practical solutions to bring about an end to human trafficking, specialists, influential decision makers, emerging leaders, and most passionate advocates from around the globe will come together for this highly interactive and thought stimulating three-day working Summit. Comprising collaborative workshops and best practice information sharing sessions, the Summit goal is to strike at the very heart of this treacherous trade.

'Together Let's Stop Traffick' represents the first phase of a four-pronged program to build the world's first International Resource and Coordination Centre, fed 24/7 from every corner of the globe, cross-referencing criminal shipments, trafficking patterns and reported disappearances to close the loop which allows organized crime to 'drop off the radar' when crossing national and international borders. With this world-leading borderless Centre in place, we can accelerate bringing an end to the untold suffering endured by our world's poorest and most vulnerable.

Who should attend?
Senior decision makers and emerging leaders from a wide spectrum of industries and professions including - but not limited to - the worlds of law enforcement, victim support, NGOs, transportation, health care, border control, intelligence, finance, the law, media and communications, and the military.

What's in it for me?
This is a 'must attend', unprecedented opportunity to actively shape a safer future for our interdependent world, and forge international standards which will help bring an end to human slavery.

Who is behind the Summit?
The Summit is being co-hosted and produced by the FBINAA (National Academy Associates) and the IPTI (International Police Training Institute).

What does it cost and how can I register?
Fees have been set at C$450 plus applicable tax.
Please note that demand is expected to be extremely high and registration is expected to be filled by the end of September. Please register right away to ensure your spot!

Please visit to register and book accommodation.  Your participation is important to the success of this event.

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