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Ending slavery through boycotts: right or wrong?

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Exploring the politics of anti-trafficking and sex work in the Philippines

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Discrimination and Exploitation of Migrant Construction Workers on FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Stadium Sites

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No borders! No prisons! No cops! No war! No state?

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Preventing the exploitation of migrant domestic workers in the Middle East

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“Where Will I Live?” – Report Launch and Q&A

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HAH: International Day to End Violence Against Women

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Why Uyghur Forced Labour Matters to Australians

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Ending slavery through boycotts: right or wrong?

From fashion to food, workers are subjected to forced labor in the production of our everyday items. So, what can we do about it? As individuals, changing our shopping choices, even stopping buying certain products altogether can feel like the most effective response. Governments might choose to implement import bans to prevent products tainted with […]

Exploring the politics of anti-trafficking and sex work in the Philippines

"SEAC hosts Dr Sharmila Parmanand (Gender and Human Rights Teaching Fellow, LSE) who will present Saving our Sisters: Exploring the politics of anti-trafficking and sex work in the Philippines. The talk is chaired by Prof. Hyun Bang Shin (Professor Geography and Urban Environment; Director LSE SEAC). The Philippines is a global pioneer in institutionalising anti-trafficking […]

Discrimination and Exploitation of Migrant Construction Workers on FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Stadium Sites

Equidem is launching its report "If we complain, we are fired” Discrimination and Exploitation of Migrant Construction Workers on FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Stadium Sites" on November 10, 2022. The report documents significant labour and human rights violations at all eight FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 stadiums. In this report, migrant workers from Africa […]

No borders! No prisons! No cops! No war! No state?

Many new people are thinking together about what their lives and communities might look like without the violent apparatuses of their governments caging, deporting, and deploying people. Among abolitionists an important question lurks: are we trying to take over our governments, or get rid of them? When we imagine a world without cops, soldiers and […]

Preventing the exploitation of migrant domestic workers in the Middle East

Thursday 17th November 2022 3:00pm - 3:30pm Registration 3:30pm - 5:00pm Panel discussion plus Q&A, followed by informal drinks and hors d'oeuvre   Panelists: - Joanna Busza, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine - Daniel Melese, The Freedom Fund (Ethiopia) - Mulu Tesema, Mission for Community Development Program (Ethiopia) - Mahlet Yitbarek, Organization for […]

“Where Will I Live?” – Report Launch and Q&A

Hope at Home and the Rights Lab, based at the University of Nottingham, would like to invite you to the launch of our report, titled "Where Will I Live?", on 23rd November at 11am, held via Zoom. It is widely known across the sector that survivors of modern slavery face unstable accommodation. Our latest report […]

HAH: International Day to End Violence Against Women

The Hookers Against Hardship campaign is holding a public event on Friday 25th November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. The event will explore how poverty is a fundamental cause of violence against women, and particularly violence against sex workers. Poverty is coercive, limits agency, and is violent in itself. As […]

Why Uyghur Forced Labour Matters to Australians

"Public Forum hosted by Centre for Enterprise Dynamics in Global Economies, UniSA The forum will host international delegates from World Uyghur Congress, Mr Dolkun Isa - President, Mr Omar Kanat - Chair of the Executive Committee and Ms Zumretay Arkin, Director of Women's Committee and two concentration camp survivors Ms Kalbinur Sidik and Mr Omar […]