End Child Labor in Supply Chains -
it's everyone's business!
Child Labor denies girls and boys their rights - to be safe from harm, to quality education and vocational training, and to play and rest. Freedom from child labor is a fundamental human right millions of children have been stripped from across the globe. In honor of the 2016 World Day Against Child Labor, we are proud to bring you this interactive and informative webinar on modern-day child trafficking and our interpersonal connection to this growing epidemic, presented by
Beth Tiger and Kendra DeBree '09.
Beth Tiger has been an activist since her early 20’s. She is passionate about every person having the basic right of freedom over their own bodies and lives and has dedicated herself full time to this mission. Having been a Life Coach, Beth brings to her executive position a level of empathy and compassion to all those she serves through her work with survivors and partner organizations. She has authored a bestselling book and has been an inspirational speaker for over 10 years. Beth’s work and personal life have always centered on service in some form and she has had the honor of sitting on several charitable boards in NJ whose focuses are human rights, homelessness, and equality for all people. When the epidemic of Modern Slavery here in the US and abroad was brought to her and her husband’s attention, they both felt compelled to take the next step in their philanthropic lives. This resulted in the founding of Durga Tree International.
Kendra DeBree '09 is the business development director of Durga Tree International. Kendra earned her BA at WP, and learned the harsh realities of human trafficking while volunteering at Durga Tree International. She became passionate about every child having the basic right of freedom over their own bodies and lives, and has dedicated herself full-time to this mission ever since.
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
Join us for this free webinar in our continuing webinar series.
This webinar is offered exclusively to William Paterson alumni, students, and friends.
And signing up for the webinar is as easy as one-two-three!
1. Right now, click on the link below to register:
End Child Labor
2. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email
with information about joining the webinar.
3. On Tuesday, June 14, log in online, from your home or office, to view the presentation, which will begin at 12:00 p.m. You can listen to and view the webinar on your home computer.
That's it! After the webinar is complete, all attendees will receive a copy of all questions and answers, along with a pdf of the presentation and a link to our YouTube channel, so they can view the presentation again.