For a short primer on various aspects of the laws that deal with human trafficking, please visit our website pages on the subject: THE LAW and TRAFFICKING
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September 26, 2013 - September 26, 2013
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
What can public and private sector organizations do to stop human trafficking?
In partnership with New York University School of Law, the British Council is hosting a discussion on the roles that the public and private sectors play in advancing efforts to end trafficking. A panellist from the American Bar Association will explain how US state and federal laws have evolved to deal with labor and sex trafficking, and a representative from Restore NYC will discuss issues related to victims’ rights, safety and trafficking survivors’ re-entry into society.
By debating new ideas such as measuring the “slavery footprint” of an individual, company or society, we will also look at ways to raise awareness of anti-trafficking measures.
This discussion is part of our public program of events to complement the US theatrical debut of Roadkill.
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- Moderator and host: Anne Milgram, Senior Fellow at the Center on the Administration of Criminal Law at NYU Law and former Attorney General of New Jersey
- Laurel Bellows, President, American Bar Association
- Jimmy Lee, Executive Director, RestoreNYC
- Dawn Conway, Co-chair, Global Business Coalition Against Human Trafficking (gBCAT)
New York University School of Law
Greenberg Lounge, Vanderbilt Hall
40 Washington Square South
New York, NY