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Time for Justice Benefit Dinner

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Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

140 George Street

The Rocks, NSW 2000

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Slavery: Vast. Brutal. Stoppable.

The time to invest in slavery's end is now.

Join us for an evening of courage and hope. Hear eye-witness accounts from the frontlines in the global fight to end slavery. Be part of a network of like-minded people investing in the fight to end slavery.

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Keynote Speaker: Philip Langford

IJM Vice President, International Advancement

After 11 years leading IJM teams in South Asia, Africa and Southeast Asia, Philip has moved into his current role as Vice President of International Advancement.

Philip has led programs in Southeast Asia to combat the global proliferation of online sexual exploitation of children and cross-border labour trafficking in domestic and multi-national supply chains. He is passionate about seeing the poor protected from violence and slavery, and the role of the global community towards this end.

Prior to joining IJM, Philip was a partner in private law practice in the United States, representing and advising local and multi-national clients of Miller & Martin PLLC, a full-service law firm serving business clients.





Speakers

Caroly Houmes, Chief Executive, IJM Australia

Prior to her recent appointment as IJM Australia’s Chief Executive, Caroly served for eight years at IJM Netherlands. Assisting in the launch of that office, Caroly went on to fill the role of Executive Director from 2010 to 2017. Caroly is an experienced legal professional with a Masters degree in International and European Human Rights Law and, prior to joining IJM, worked as a legal consultant for various governmental organisations.

Ending slavery in our lifetime will require a global movement, and Caroly is honoured to be partnering with Australians as we seek to fulfill our role in the critical mission to protect the poor.


Kimberly Randle, Director of Corporate & Legal, IJM Australia

As Director of Corporate and Legal, Kimberly Randle has most recently led IJM Australia's advocacy efforts and contributions to the The Crimes Legislation Amendment (Sexual Crimes Against Children and Community Protection Measures) Bill. This Bill, described as the “greatest crack down on paedophiles in a generation”, was introduced into Federal Parliament on Wednesday, 13 September 2017 and is a significant step towards ending the cybersex trafficking of children.

Kimberly is a nominee for the Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Not for Profit Lawyer of the Year award 2017.

Prior to IJM, Kim worked as a commercial litigator and family lawyer. While completing her studies she served as an intern for United States Senator Joseph Lieberman and the US Supreme Court.




Enquiries may be directed to Jacob Sarkodee or Jessica Slater at IJM Australia.
P: 1300 045 669

E: contact@ijm.org.au


Want to know more about how IJM is working to end slavery? Watch ABC's recent story on 7.30 about the cybersex trafficking of children in our region: http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/content/2017/s4692124.htm



www.IJM.org.au



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Kimberly is a nominee for the Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Not for Profit Lawyer of the Year award 2017. Prior to serving with IJM, Kimberly worked as a commercial litigator and family lawyer. While completing her studies, she served as an intern for United States Senator Joseph Lieberman and the US Supreme Court.

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