Dr. Craig Centrie, Dr. Illana Lane and Dr. Virginia Batchelor joined Dr. Julia Hall, D’Youville College to present their research on the panel “Growing Vulnerabilities Experienced by Refugees and the Rise in Targeting Students by Human Traffickers” at The American Educational Studies Association (AESA) & The International
Association of Intercultural Education (IAIE) Joint Conference. The conference was held October 29 – November 2, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Toronto and the Toronto Metro Hall, Canada, Ontario. Dr. Centrie’s paper “Homeward (Un)Bound: Karen Burmese Students and the Fight for Place and Identity” along with Dr. Lane and Dr. Batchelor’s paper “I didn’t ask for that: Students as Victims
of Sex-Trafficking
” focused upon the difficulties experienced by youth who face violence as they struggle to survive and carve out safe places and spaces to thrive at home, school and the community.

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