Home
Notre Dame College and International Partners in Mission Team to Present Human T
share

Notre Dame College and International Partners in Mission Team to Present Human Trafficking Forum

Notre Dame College and International Partners in Mission (IPM) are collaborating to present Global to Local: A Forum on Human Trafficking from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6, in the Performing Arts Center at the College.

A panel of international speakers, including an expert from the Ohio Attorney General’s Human Trafficking Commission, will present a global report on what has become a worldwide crime against humanity and growing form of 21st century slavery. The forum is free and open to the public.

Presenters include:

  • Sr. Anthonia Ugheighele, coordinator of IPM’s Project Partner Project of Hope/Speranza II of Castel Volturno, Italy, will address global issues of human trafficking.
     
  • Michelle Gillcrist, Esq., director of programs and development in the Office of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, will address the work of the attorney general's Human Trafficking Commission and current state law.
     
  • Karen Walsh, Esq., director of the Collaborative to End Human Trafficking, will offer information to educate, advocate and connect people concerned with forced labor, sex slavery and other forms of trafficking.
     
  • International Services Center (ISC), Cleveland, will address human trafficking issues facing the foreign-born who are new to Northeast Ohio.

IPM works across borders of faith, culture and economic circumstance with children, women and youth to create partnerships that build justice, peace and hope.

For more information, go to www.ipmconnect.org or contact Rose Darling, IPM’s resource development associate for annual fund and special events, at 216.932.4082 or toll-free at 1.866.932.4082 or by email at rdarling@ipmconnect.org.

Notre Dame’s Performing Arts Center is located on the ground floor of the College’s AdministrationBuilding at 4545 College Road in South Euclid.  Enter campus from South Green Road.

 

ABOUT NOTRE DAME COLLEGE

Notre Dame’s Abrahamic Center is devoted to developing programs for the College and the Greater Cleveland community that foster mutual respect among all peoples, and celebrate religious, racial and cultural diversity.

For 90 years, Notre Dame College has educated a diverse population in the liberal arts for personal, professional and global responsibility. Founded by the Sisters of Notre Dame in 1922, the College has grown strategically to keep pace with the rapidly changing needs of students and the dramatic changes in higher education. But it has never lost sight of its emphasis on teaching students not only how to make a good living but also how to live a good life.

Today, the College offers bachelor’s degrees in 30 disciplines plus a variety of master's degrees, certification programs and continuing and professional development programs for adult learners on campus and online. Notre Dame College offers 24 NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletic programs for men and women and is located in a picturesque residential neighborhood just 25 minutes from the heart of Cleveland. Hallmarks of the Notre Dame experience include stimulating academics, personalized attention of dedicated faculty and staff, and small class sizes.

Notre Dame College is located at 4545 College Road in South Euclid. Inquiries from the media may be directed to Brian Johnston, chief communications officer, at 216.373.5252 or bjohnston@ndc.edu.