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“On-line Conference: 'Best Practices to Combat Human Trafficking: Public/Private Partnerships'”
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
9:00 - 11:00 am
on-line

A recording of this on-line conference is available. More Info

As part of the
“Best Practices to Combat Human Trafficking”
Online Conference Series
The Program on Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery

presents

“PUBLIC/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS”

featuring

Claudia Arthur-Flatz
External Relations Officer and Private Sector Focal Point,
Division for Policy Analysis and Public Affairs, UN Office on Drugs and Crime

Ivana Machonova Schellongova
Senior Programme Manager, End Human Trafficking Now

Brenda Schultz
Director, Responsible Business, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group

Karen Olcott
Principal, Partnerships for Global Impact

and moderated by

Shawn MacDonald, Ph.D.
Director of Programs and Research, Verité

Private businesses have become actively and effectively engaged in addressing and combating human trafficking as the anti-trafficking movement has grown. Due to the complexity of the crime of human trafficking, the role of the private sector has become increasingly vital. In order to create effective strategies to combat this human rights challenge, it is critical to combine the knowledge, experience, and skills of the private sector with public-sector organizations.

As part of their online conference series, the Harvard Kennedy School?s Program on Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery and the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation are joined by the UN Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN.GIFT) and the UN Global Compact in hosting a Web-based conference: “Best Practices to Combat Human Trafficking: Public/Private Partnerships.”

Bringing together a panel of experts from business, academia, policy, and nongovernmental organizations, the conference will be an opportunity to share their perspectives on best practices to combat trafficking through public-private partnerships. Panelists will represent partners from both sides (public and private) committed to ending human trafficking. Each panelist will make a brief presentation about their work in the field; following the panel presentations will be a moderated Question and Answer discussion. Questions will come from both the moderator and the online audience.

Co-sponsored by:
the Harvard Kennedy School's Program on Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery,
the UN Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN.GIFT),
& the Harvard Kennedy School's Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation


Event Follow-up:

A recording of the webinar and its associated slides is now available at:
    http://www.innovations.harvard.edu/xchat-transcript.html?chid=376

Accessing the Conference Recording: To access the conference archive, you must first register at the Ash Institute's online conference web site. Registration is free and takes only a few seconds. Anyone who registered and/or attended the original on-line event does not need to reregister.


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