To help minimize the spread of COVID-19, some events are being offered virtually, and in-person events have additional safety requirements.

If you have questions about what’s open around campus, please check out this regularly updated guide.

Events By Tag: “UCF Office of Global Perspectives and Initiatives”

  • Human Trafficking in the Fishing Industry I: Outlaw Ocean with Ian Urbina

    Virtual

    Join us for Ian Urbina’s gripping account of modern slavery in the fishing industry. Ian’s Outlaw Ocean series was originally published in The New York Times, where he has been an investigative reporter for over two decades. During his career, Ian has won a Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News, a George Polk Award for Foreign Reporting, and his work has …

    Events at UCF
  • Human Trafficking in the Fishing Industry II: Reporting by DOJ’s Taskforce on Human Trafficking

    Virtual

    The problem of forced labor on fishing vessels has emerged as an especially difficult challenge to policymakers, enforcement officials, and worker advocates. This form of human trafficking is particularly challenging to eradicate due in part to the physical isolation of those workplaces and the complex legal and jurisdictional issues on the high seas. Hear from Karen Stauss, Senior Policy Counsel …

    Events at UCF
  • Conscious Consumers: Customs and Border Protection’s Role in Preventing Importation of Goods Made with Forced Labor

    Virtual

    Each one of us is touched by modern slavery in our everyday lives through the purchases that we make and the commodities we consume. Join us for a discussion about forced labor in global supply chains and learn how to be a more conscious consumer. Therese Randazzo, Director of the Forced Labor Division, Office of Trade, US Customs and Border …

    Events at UCF