Modern Slavery: Moving Forward, Looking Back

1st of a series of 3 webinars on issues about modern slavery. Cohosted with the Anti Slavery Taskforce.



27 May 2021

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
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Over the past two decades, governments, private foundations, philanthropists, business, non-government organisations, (NGOs), inter-governmental organisations (IGOs), faith-based organisations, consumers and concerned citizens have spent billions of dollars combating human trafficking and slavery.

Legislation and national action plans focused on prevention, prosecution and protection have been enacted around the world with partnership recommended as a key strategy for success. Aid and development projects to address root causes have targeted vulnerable people across the world and extensive research has been conducted to measure the problem, solutions and outcomes. In some parts of the world the anti-trafficking sector has become the anti-slavery sector and now includes survivor leaders, business leaders, celebrities, sustainability and supply chain professionals and worker organisations.

As Australia moves forward with its own National Action Plan (NAP) to Combat Modern Slavery 2020-2025 and a forthcoming International Strategy what can be learned from previous initiatives to help inform next steps? Please join us for a panel discussion.

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