Skip to main content

ASU Insight: How Cooperation Fosters Local Solutions to Human Trafficking

A McCain Institute panel discussion

March 29, 2016


On Tuesday, March 29, 2016, The McCain Institute for International Leadership and Cultural Vistas hosted Leadership in Action: How Cooperation Fosters Local Solutions to Human Trafficking.

With an estimated 20.9 million victims of trafficking around the world according to Polaris Project, human trafficking has become a scourge that requires concerted local and international cooperation. Leading human rights activists shared their insight on global trends and emerging solutions to human trafficking, while discussing how international exchange facilitates information sharing and collaboration.


Mr. Hafiz Rehmatullah
Next Generation Leader, The McCain Institute for International Leadership 
& International Visitor Leadership Program Alumnus, U.S. Department of State

Dr. Danielle Johnson
Regional Manager, Polaris 
Cultural Vistas Alumna

Moderated by:

Mr. Andrew Bogrand
Communications and Outreach Officer, Democracy International
Cultural Vistas Alumnus