Archive for April, 2015

Miss Lalita (Gita) Harie Objectives

GOLD STAR PROJECT OBJECTIVES

  • Examine the direct impact the IVLP has on participants, their communities, and their home countries;
  • Raise visibility and celebrate the accomplishments of the Global Ties U.S. network in its work with the IVLP; and
  • Recognize the impact of the IVLP and the accomplishments achieved by alumni that are a direct result of their initial project.

PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVES

  • Highlight legislation in the United States that protects the rights of people with disabilities and enhances their development and well-being;
  • Examine cooperation among the public, private and nonprofit sectors in providing and funding mental health services and connect with key leaders in the mental health field;
  • Gain insight to the changes in mental health services in the United States throughout the past decade, in particular supported housing initiatives and mainstream employment opportunities for the mentally disabled.

Thanks for Helping in the Panel

We would like to thank everyone that helped make the sex trafficking panel successful. We would like to thank Sheriff Leo Dutton, Missoula Detective Guy Baker, Bryan Lockerby, and our Indonesian guest Elis Nurbaeti. We would like to thank our panel for a really wonderful, informative meeting. We hope this information was helpful to the Indonesians but to the general Helena populace at large. Hopefully this panel could help give information to help combat local trafficking in Helena, Montana.

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