Events for June 2022 – FreedomUnited.org

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Moment of Truth: How a new EU law could protect people and the planet

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Free screening “Mediterraneo”

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Do No Harm: Understanding Intersectional Experiences in Human Trafficking

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Beyond well-trodden paths: Transnational migration in Southeast Asia

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Twitter Space: Police files, Bachelet and accountability

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EU Forced Labour Instrument – Call for Evidence

Race and ethnicity in the modern slavery research field

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Do No Harm: Understanding Intersectional Experiences in Human Trafficking

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Systemic Racism And Black Girls’ Vulnerability To Sexual Exploitation

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Gender Dimensions of Child Labour in the Mining Sector

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The Hostile Environment: How do we hold the Government to account?

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On the way to living income and living wage – how can governments and private sector work together?

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RTA-HTRI Conference: Generating Evidence to Support the Elimination of Child Labour, Forced Labour, and Human Trafficking

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RTA-HTRI Conference: Generating Evidence to Support the Elimination of Child Labour, Forced Labour, and Human Trafficking

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Moment of Truth: How a new EU law could protect people and the planet

"This year the European Union published its draft of a potentially ground-breaking law that could oblige companies operating in the EU to take responsibility for human rights and environmental harms in their global value chains. This framework for due diligence – officially called the EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive – has the potential to […]

Free screening “Mediterraneo”

"Autumn 2015. Two Spanish lifeguards, Oscar and Gerard, travel to the Greek island of Lesbos after seeing the heart-wrenching photograph of a little boy drowned in the Mediterranean Sea. They arrive to discover a shocking reality: thousands of people risking their lives every day by trying to cross the sea in the most precarious of […]

Beyond well-trodden paths: Transnational migration in Southeast Asia

"SEA Junction and the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) are organizing a knowledge sharing and evidence-based advocacy for socio-economic inclusion of migrant and trafficked women from Southeast Asia to Europe: both those who currently live in Europe and those who have returned to their home countries. To achieve the objective of promoting rights-affirming […]

Twitter Space: Police files, Bachelet and accountability

Last week, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet visited the Xinjiang cities of Urumqi and Kashgar. She reportedly visited a prison and said access was "pretty open, pretty transparent." Many activists and organizations campaigning against the systematic forced labor and genocide of Uyghurs and other minority groups in Xinjiang were profoundly disappointed by […]

EU Forced Labour Instrument – Call for Evidence

"In September 2022, the European Commission intends to publish its proposal for a new EU legislative instrument to effectively ban products made by forced labour from entering the EU market. The European Commission has now opened its Call for Evidence for this law, which is open until 20 June 2022. With the EU the world's […]

Race and ethnicity in the modern slavery research field

"This face to face event is for people interested in modern slavery and human trafficking research and who want to increase ethnic diversity in the field. You may work as a current researcher, in an organisation that funds research or in a community or survivor organisation that wants to do research and evaluation. The event […]

Systemic Racism And Black Girls’ Vulnerability To Sexual Exploitation

"Human trafficking is a crime that preys on vulnerabilities and although it occurs across age, ethnicity, race and socioeconomic status, Black girls have an increased vulnerability to sexual exploitation as a result of racism and systemic oppression. Although Black women and girls make up 13% of the US population, they represent 40% of sex trafficking […]

Gender Dimensions of Child Labour in the Mining Sector

"Join us for an expert panel round on child labor in artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) and its gendered dimensions. This virtual event marks the first in a series of webinars hosted by Women’s Rights and Mining (WRM). The series will bring together a diverse group of stakeholders worldwide to collectively create awareness within the mining and […]

The Hostile Environment: How do we hold the Government to account?

"Despite condemnation, the Home Office is pressing on with its hostile environment policies. We need a People's Tribunal to challenge them! The Home Office’s immigration policies have taken a battering over the course of the last few years. The public response to Go Home van campaigns and the Windrush generation scandal has shown increased awareness […]

RTA-HTRI Conference: Generating Evidence to Support the Elimination of Child Labour, Forced Labour, and Human Trafficking

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"The 3-day conference organized by ILO, IOM, and IPA will share and promote new research awarded through the Research to Action (RTA) project and the Human Trafficking Research Initiative (HTRI) Competitive Research Fund. The goal of the event is to advance discussions among researchers, policy actors, social partners, and practitioners around the world – to […]

RTA-HTRI Conference: Generating Evidence to Support the Elimination of Child Labour, Forced Labour, and Human Trafficking

Recurring

"The 3-day conference organized by ILO, IOM, and IPA will share and promote new research awarded through the Research to Action (RTA) project and the Human Trafficking Research Initiative (HTRI) Competitive Research Fund. The goal of the event is to advance discussions among researchers, policy actors, social partners, and practitioners around the world – to […]

RTA-HTRI Conference: Generating Evidence to Support the Elimination of Child Labour, Forced Labour, and Human Trafficking

Recurring

"The 3-day conference organized by ILO, IOM, and IPA will share and promote new research awarded through the Research to Action (RTA) project and the Human Trafficking Research Initiative (HTRI) Competitive Research Fund. The goal of the event is to advance discussions among researchers, policy actors, social partners, and practitioners around the world – to […]