Postponement of the Human Trafficking Masterclass
Dear MSc and PhD students,Thank you for your interest in the CCARHT Masterclass on Human Trafficking 2020.
Unfortunately given the rapidly changing health landscapes caused by COVID-19, the stress on academic resources here in the university, due to the urgent adaptation to courses on line, and the limited availability of our designated experts with the academic vacations upon us, the CCARHT Team has decided to postpone the CCARHT Masterclass on Human Trafficking to the beginning of autumn term 2020.
For those who have already paid their registration, your registration will be automatically refunded in full within the next 5-10 business days. If you do not for some reason receive a refund after two weeks, please contact our Masterclass coordinators Emese Szász (Emese@ccarht.org) and Eva Veldhuizen-Ochodničanová (Eva@ccarht.org) immediately.
If however you still intend to participate in the CCARHT Masterclass in the autumn term, you can also roll forward your registration to it.We shall let you know once the date has been finalised, which we plan to have arranged by the first week in August ready for an early September Master Class, and look forward to a significant time of learning together after the summer break.Stay tuned on theCCARHT website and CCARHT Twitter for more information. You can also take the opportunity to enjoy some of the products of the #CCARHT2020 symposium which has just been completed, with over 87 panellists responding to 10 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals which provided the framework for this years fifth iteration of the CCARHT Summer Symposium.
This is a date not to be missed for any involved in the field of Human Trafficking for the long haul, occurring in the final week of June and the first week of July every year. This year was quite exceptional and an on-line gathering of global experts, all with recommendations to air, and a COVID-19 contextualisation to add. There will be some learning packages emerging from this symposium shortly.Meanwhile stay safe and healthy, and in touch (virtually),
Eva & Emese, CCARHT Team