The mission of the NRC-CSE is to build capacity to improve the well-being of those affected by commercial sexual exploitation. We do this through research that informs policy, education and service. The NRC-CSE works to create knowledgeable communities that facilitate solutions to end commercial sexual exploitation.
The NRC-CSE facilitates collaborative projects among the consortium of scholars, offers a mentorship program for emerging young scholars, and provides consultation and educational services.
The NRC-CSE hosts the annual Human Trafficking, Prostitution, and Sex Work conference. This is an exciting conference that brings together scholars, practitioners, survivors, sex workers, policy makers, the religious community, and other governmental and non-governmental entities to learn about the latest research, as well as evidenced-based and promising-practice work being done domestically and abroad.
The NRC-CSE is committed to identifying and filling the gaps in research on commercial sexual exploitation, and moving the knowledge base forward. Scholars conduct collaborative, interdisciplinary, and multi-methodological research, publicize resources, provide training, and publish the International Journal on Commercial Sexual Exploitation.
You can get involved with the NRC-CSE by becoming a scholar, a scholar-in-training, or a member. You can also submit an abstract to present at the conference, attend the conference, submit a journal article for publication, become a mentor or mentee, or support us financially.
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