Captured at Sea: Trafficking, Slavery, and Illegal Fishing on the Open Ocean

Date: 

Tuesday, November 1, 2016 - 6:00pm

Location: 

Vanderbilt Hall (Tishman Auditorium)
40 Washington Square South
New York, NY
10003

NYU Center for the Humanities presents a panel on the intersection of human slavery, trafficking, and illegal fishing on the oceans -- how does it happen, why it persists, and what can be done.

Featuring ILRF's Abby McGill, as well as:

Daniel Pauly, Sea Around Us Project, UBC/Visiting Distinguished Professor NYU
John Hocevar, lead oceans campaigner, Greenpeace USA
Ian Urbina, Reporter, New York Times
Moderator: Jennider Jacquet, Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Studies