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IU Law class receives national recognition

January 1, 2008
A class designed and taught by an Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis associate professor has been recognized as a model by a national anti-trafficking group.

Associate professor Karen E. Bravo created the course, "Illicit International Markets," which was selected by The Protection Project of John Hopkins University as a model for scholars in and outside the U.S. on how to integrate the issues of human trafficking into a higher education course. Bravo's course syllabus will be posted online by The Protection Project as a resource for educators.

Bravo participated in the organization's 2007 annual conference at John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, which evaluated the frequency and extent to which the issue of human trafficking was taught at schools across the world.
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