Human Trafficking Center Topic of Symposium and Planning Session


The Center for the Study of Human Trafficking & Interpersonal Violence will be the subject of the Mary Anne Gross Symposium & Planning Session this month.

York College of Pennsylvania now seeks to establish a consortium of institutions of higher education in the South Central Pennsylvania and Northern Maryland region Center for the Study of Human Trafficking and Interpersonal Violence.

The Mission of the Center is to increase the capacity of South Central Pennsylvania to effectively and ethically respond to and prevent human trafficking and other forms of interpersonal violence and exploitation through research, education, consciousness raising, resource sharing, and collaboration.

We imagine a Center that will develop cross-institutional, interdisciplinary research projects that engage students and faculty with key questions, and with local agencies, government officials, and others to support our educational missions, to develop engaged citizens, and to provide much needed intellectual resources to bear upon combatting interpersonal violence.

The Symposium will be held 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Feb. 23 at the York College Center for Community Engagement, 59 East Market Street, York.

Learn more about the event here.

For additional information or to RSVP, contact Dominic DelliCarpini at or call 717-815-1303.