This technology focus group will learn about Traffick Junction an online platform for anti-trafficking advocates that let them connect, collaborate, and share anti-trafficking information and experiences. It is currently in beta phase -- and is looking for more input into how it should be developed to serve anti-trafficking practitioners. During this session, we will ask attendees about how technology could improve their work against trafficking, help them build partnerships + coordinate action, and make international work more effectual. Traffick Junction will show their beta network + gather feedback and preferences.
Traffick Junction grew out of the international course Law Without Walls. Its founders are three law students, Ashley Mathews at the University of Miami, Iqra Musaddaq at University College London, and Margaret Hagan at Stanford University. Currently it is being worked on by a team of Stanford Social Entrepreneurship students. You can find more information about it at http://www.traffickjunction.com .
Margaret Hagan will run the session. She is a 2nd year law student who focuses on the intersection of law, design, and technology.