Dr. Glenn Miles Leads a Conversation on Sex-Trafficking
Dr. Glenn Miles, PhD (University of Wales), MSc. (University College London), RN-C, RN-A, RN-CA, PGCE-PCET, ACIE is the Love146 Director of Asia Prevention. He is responsible for capacity building Love146’s prevention partners in Asia.
Glenn has more than 20 years experience focused on children at risk in Asia. His research concerns are understanding the opinions of under-represented and sexually exploited communities including boys and eunuchs and he has done research in India, Cambodia, Thailand, and Sri Lanka. He is research fellow at the University of Wales-Swansea and research advisor for Chab Dai, Cambodia.
Nyack faculty and students connected with Dr. Miles during their global service-learning trip to Cambodia last year.
Prof. Scott Reitz, chair of the Intercultural Studies Department and director of Global Service-Learning, is pleased to welcome Dr. Miles to the Nyack Rockland on campus Friday, November 15 from 5-8 pm in the Hudson Room.
All are welcome.
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