Which are the enablers of Modern Slavery and Human trafficking?

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Dr Julia Muraszkiewicz | Head of Programme for Human Trafficking and Human Rights

Date: 3 July 2018

In collaboration with CCARHT (Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Human Trafficking) and The Zovighian Partnership, we are proud to have co-organised the 2018 CCARTH Counter Trafficking Cambridge Summer Symposium.

We will address questions such as: which are the enablers of Modern Slavery and Human trafficking?

This year’s symposium is an opportunity to explore five key themes and their role in enabling or combating trafficking of human beings, namely:

  • Trauma
  • Terrorism,
  • Transparency
  • Transport
  • Technology

We will devote one day to each theme and all participants will share experiences and reflections, and work towards innovative- and people-centred responses through debate and knowledge sharing.

CCARHT Counter Trafficking Cambridge Summer Symposium, Jesus University

At the end of each day, key recommendations for further work will be developed with the participation of all Symposia attendees. Co-sponsors, Zovighian Partnership and Trilateral Research with CCARHT will develop a series of mini-white papers which will inform affected governments, inter-state actors, the voluntary sector, research centres and the wider academy, businesses, protective services and faith communities on the upcoming challenges and opportunities.

Located in the historic centre of Jesus College, one of the oldest and prestigious colleges of the University of Cambridge, delegates will be immersed in the quiet pulse of academic life, the vitality of social enterprise start-ups and the hub of the technological innovation which is now present in this University town.

Read here for more information and feel free to contact our team if you’re interested in the research developed at Trilateral on this topic.

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