Free Webinar: Human Trafficking and COVID-19: What Next? (14 July)

by | Jul 7, 2020

On Tuesday 14 July 2020 the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) is convening a webinar on the topic of ‘Human Trafficking and COVID-19: What Next?’.

COVID-19 has impacted all areas of life and human trafficking is no exception. Early research and data indicate that COVID has a strong impact on the risks of and response to trafficking. This event, featuring a conversation amongst foremost experts in anti-trafficking law and policy will explore solutions moving forward. Responding to the changing realities and heightened vulnerabilities, it will query how governments, international organisations, NGOs and the global anti-trafficking movement will continue their work, what solutions can be found and how the global fight against trafficking is likely to look in a post-COVID-19 world. This event is convened as part of the COVID-19 Impacts on Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking Project funded by the Government of the United States.

Further information about the event and registration is available on the Event page. If you require any further information then please contact BIICL.

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