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Impactful Academics: Including Survivors of Human Trafficking and Child Sexual Abuse Into Research

About the Lecture

Gain valuable insights into the complexities of human trafficking and child sexual abuse, and the unique challenges faced by the Middle East and North Africa region, in our upcoming Saturday Lecture by Ms. Ena Lucia Mariaca Pacheco. Ms. Pacheco will discuss how to conduct trauma-informed research with vulnerable groups that respects survivors' experiences and minimises harm. Join us on 21 October, 14GMT to learn more.


Ms. Ena Lucia Mariaca Pacheco is a trauma-informed professional specializing in child sexual abuse, exploitation, and trafficking. For over a decade, she has worked with the Government of Canada, non-governmental organizations, international organizations, law enforcement, victims, and survivors on research, policy, human rights advocacy, and global projects focused on supporting victims and survivors. Ms. Pacheco's research was used to support Canada's Bill S-224, An Act to Amend the Criminal Code (Trafficking in Persons) before the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights.

Impactful Academics: Including Survivors of Human Trafficking and Child Sexual Abuse Into Research

Ms. Ena Lucia Mariaca

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