The second workshop of the DNA Applications in Human Rights and Human Trafficking initiative will be held Friday, September 13. This workshop will develop feasability projects to explore the role of DNA in human trafficking victim identification and explore the ethical, privacy, political, and social implications of DNA collection of victims and family members. More information may be found at the Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy series site.
Please register if you plan to attend.
This initiative represents a partnership of the Duke Human Rights Center at KIE, the Franklin Humanities Institute, and the Duke Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy, with funding from the Josiah Charles Trent Memorial Foundation.
Friday, September 13, 10:00am – 2:00pm
Garage C105 Bay 4