The Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic is a project that integrates training, research and promotion of access to justice – in the context of combating the trafficking phenomenon in Piedmont. Students – suitably trained and constantly supervised by teachers and professionals – offer legal support to organizations, associations and victims of trafficking.
The Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic is the brainchild of a group of students. The project that allowed its realization is the result of skills sharing and collaboration between students, teachers, lawyers and some Anti-trafficking organizations.
The project is coordinated by the Law Department of the University of Turin, with the collaboration of the International University College, the PIAM Association and the Abele Group.
Against Human Trafficking
the Law Clinic as an innovative strategy to combat trafficking
2019/2020 edition of the Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic
Online training day on “Postcolonial Studies: Narrating Otherness”, with Pietro Deandrea, associate professor at the University of Turin (Department of International Languages and Literatures and Modern Cultures), 21st September 2019, WebEx platform.
Against Human Trafficking Law Clinic, edition 2018/19
Training day with Princess Inyang Okokon, PIAM operator, 28 March 2019, Palazzina Einaudi; room: aula seminari 3.