Prevent Human Trafficking with Community Awareness & Prevention Education (CAPE)

Apr 28, 2022 | News | 0 comments

Join us for the RAGAS breakout 

Prevent Human Trafficking with  Community Awareness & Prevention Education (CAPE) 

Inside every Rotarian is a Superhero – All You Need is a CAPE!

 

Calling all Rotary superheroes! Join the Rotary Action Group Against Slavery (RAGAS) as they share their new Community Awareness & Prevention Education (CAPE) strategic action plan and how every day Rotarians can be superheroes with a CAPE. Join us for a panel including: RAGAS Global Chairman, Dave McCleary; a survivor of sex trafficking; Bill Woolf of Anti Trafficking International; Ashley Bryant, 3 Strands Global Foundation; and our own superhero, Amelia Stansell, as we share this actionable plan. The CAPE plan provides a roadmap to help Rotarians navigate from sparking a passion through how to implement a successful anti-human trafficking/modern slavery community awareness project as well as how to implement prevention curriculum. You will hear examples of successful programs and have the opportunity to ask questions. Not every super hero has a mask – but they all have a CAPE! Do you have yours?

 

RAGAS breakout will take place Monday June 6th 

Location: George R. Brown Convention Center (GRB), Room 372

Time: 2:00pm-3:00pm

The room only holds 644 we are expecting a large crowd to get there early to secure your seat.

 

RAGAS House of Friendship Booth # 718

Rotary Action Group Against Slavery will be very well represented at the Rotary International Convention in Houston, Texas, USA, June 4-8

The Hours of operations are Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 9 am to 6 pm.

We need volunteers Volunteer sign-up

Join RAGAS for our Business meeting

Time 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm Room 381A at George R. Brown Convention Center