San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
While slavery is frequently portrayed as a dark chapter of the colonial past, it is in fact the third-largest criminal enterprise in the world today. Globally, an estimated 27 million men, women and children are being exploited for manual and sexual labour against their will.
To explore the attitudes and responses to human trafficking on the domestic and international level, this event brings together diverse perspectives from leading academics and practitioners in the field.
The panel discussion will feature contributions from:
Associate Professor Jennifer Burn (Anti-Slavery Australia, UTS);
Carolyn Kitto (Stop the Traffik);
Dr Helen Pringle (UNSW) and
Kayla Wilson (The A21 Campaign)
Associate Professor Anna Cody (UNSW) will chair the discussion.
The event will conclude with light refreshments and a post-panel reception.