Counter-Trafficking in Persons (C-TIP) Campus Challenge
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USAID’s Counter-Trafficking in Persons (C-TIP) Campus Challenge directly responds to President Obama’s call to recommit and employ new and innovative ways to end modern slavery. The challenge, promoted at ChallengeSlavery.org, calls on university students, in the United States and around the world, to offer creative ideas and solutions to prevent human trafficking and provide assistance to victims.
Tech Contest: Beginning November 28, 2012, students can begin submitting short concept notes along with dynamic video media and/or online media about how technology can be used to combat trafficking. Submissions from students will be accepted until January 8, 2013 for the chance to win a prize and the opportunity to showcase their ideas to USAID partner organizations.
Join the community: You can join the Challenge Slavery community and participate in weekly discussions on trafficking issues now at ChallengeSlavery.org.
Share: The Campus Challenge aims to be a truly global movement, please share ChallengeSlavery.org with your social media and other interested networks.