Registration is now open for the Third Annual Symposium on Combating Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence and Homelessness
This symposium focuses on bringing together major organizations to discuss women’s rights, social services, community concerns, and health rights. In addition, individuals are invited who are interested in supporting the continued effort to raise awareness, increase prevention and education, and to reduce the number of victims in San Diego County. The keynote speaker will be Toni Atkins (CA State Senator) who recently passed legislation assisting victims of human trafficking and domestic violence. District Attorney Summer Stephan will be the opening speaker. (Click here to see the flyer) (Click here to see press release)
- Date/Time: April 21 8:30 am-1:00 pm
- Cost: This event is free and open to the public, however, registration is highly recommended. Click here to register
- Location: Click here for campus map
AZ Auditorium at Qualcomm
10155 Pacific Heights Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92121
- Kim Center Receiving Proclamation from Supervisor Gaspar on April 11 - 12-12:30pm
- U.S. Senate passes the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA)
- Union-Tribune article on our 2nd Annual Symposium on May 6th. (Presentations from this Symposium can be found on our Documents page)
- Statistics on Women in the Workforce
- Domestic Violence
- Human Trafficking
The Commission is mandated to study and advise the San Diego County Board of Supervisors on areas of concern to women’s lives and needs in San Diego County.