CURRENT ISSUE VOLUME 4, ISSUE 1, SUMMER 2015

LETTERS FROM THE EDITORS

EDUCATING THE PUBLIC FOR THE SAKE OF THE FUTURE

​David H. Nguyen, Ph.D.

Editor-in-Chief

IMPORTANCE OF ONE

Juliana Zhu, Esq.

Senior Editor of Culture & Policy

REALITY, GRIEF, AND HOPE

Arvin Gouw, Ph.D.

Senior Editor of Biological Sciences

PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

PREPARING HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS TO PROVIDE TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE

Kathleen Franchek-Roa, M.D.

DETAINEES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM: ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTHCARE CONDITIONS FOR PEOPLE HELD IN IMMIGRATION REMOVAL CENTRES 

Luz Flores Michel, Ph.D.

CULTURE, POLICY, AND LAW ENFORCMENT

STUDENTS PREPARE FOR CAREERS IN ANTI-HUMAN TRAFFICKING EFFORTS

Kara van de Carr, J.D., L.L.M., and

Mari Lukkaroinen, M.S.W.

MILLIONAIRES CAN BE ARRESTED FOR SLEEPING UNDER A BRIDGE, TOO

Maryellen Hess Cameron

SYNOPSIS: FEDERAL STRATEGIC ACTION PLAN ON SERVICES FOR VICTIMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN THE UNITED STATES (2013-2017)

Mariam Garuba, M.D.

DOMESTIC MINOR SEX TRAFFICKING: TRAINING FOR PROFESSIONALS IS CRITICAL, BUT MAY NOT BE SUFFICIENT 

Tamara Hurst, Ph.D.

FIGHTING HUMAN TRAFFICKING: ONE LAW AT A TIME

Joy Smith, B.Ed., M.Ed. Member of Parliament, Kildonan, St. Paul - Canada

SPOTLIGHT AWARDS

WHEN VICTOMHOOD GETS A SPOTLIGHT: YOUR STORY MATTERS, BUT IT DOESN'T DEFINE YOU

 

Harmony Dust

 Detective Don Howell

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

SEMEN: THE ULTIMATE LIQUID BIOPSY FOR PROSTATE CANCER?

Renee Stirling Richards, Ph.D.

Cancer research human trafficking

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