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Published:April 8th, 2008 07:15 EST
May 2, Cedar Rapids: Preventing Abuse Conference

May 2, Cedar Rapids: Preventing Abuse Conference

By SOP newswire

Media Advisory-- On Friday May 2, 2008 the 6th Preventing Abuse Conference on human trafficking, child abduction and Internet safety will be held in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Governor Terry Branstad will be special honoree. Other speakers include, Governor Culver invited (not confirmed). Andrea Bottner, U.S. State Department, Karrie Delaney of Shared Hope, U.S. Defense Department, Kitty Rehberg, Eagle Forum, Tamara Scott, Concerned Women for America, Steve Scheffler Iowa Christian Alliance, Noreen Gosch, mother of kidnap victim Johnny Gosch, Baz, former C.I.A. operative recently involved in child rescue in Korea, Tony Nassif, president/founder Preventing Abuse Conference.

Nearly 800,000 children are reported missing in America, human trafficking is modern day slavery and now considered a threat to national security and is the second biggest moneymaker in the world, Internet predators are sophisticated and cunning. The moral and cultural collapse is fueling the demand for trafficking victims.

The Preventing Abuse conference is designed to educate, motivate and activate the public and the Church to take its place and responsibility to do something about this problem. in addition to the speakers the attendees will be provided information to help them be a part of the solution bringing freedom to the victim and judgment to the oppressors.

Conference date: Friday May 2, 2008
Time: 7:45 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Place: Cedar Rapids Marriot hotel

President and founder Tony Nassif has worked on human trafficking and child abduction for more than ten years. He's been interviewed on hundreds of television and radio programs including VOICE OF AMERICA, FOX NEW with Neil Kavuto, Janet Parshall's America and many more.

Nassif states the root of the problem is the demand but he doesn't stop there. He states that unless the root of the fuel of the demand is dealt with then women and children sexual exploitation will continue to degenerate. He also articulates what one person can do.

To schedule an interview with Mr. Nassif please call 818-848-7522

Christian Newswire