Research

Events

See below all upcoming conferences, seminars and workshops hosted by the Rights Lab or one of our experts this year.

Research on Mental Health Recovery Co-Created with Survivors of Modern Slavery

Research on Mental Health Recovery Co-Created with Survivors of Modern Slavery

Date
17/05/2021 (10:00-13:00)
Location:
Online event
Description
Learn about a unique research project that elevates the lived experiences of survivors of modern slavery in the UK

The Impact of Covid-19 on Human Trafficking in Sudan

Date
26/05/2021 (12:00-13:30)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Join us to discuss the findings of our project investigating the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on modern slavery and human trafficking in Sudan
Vulnerability of Live-in Migrant Care Workers in London to Modern Slavery

Vulnerability of Live-in Migrant Care Workers in London to Modern Slavery

Date
27/05/2021 (14:00-15:30)
Location:
Microsoft Teams online event
Description
The first of four workshops to be held as part of an 18-month research project, funded by the independent charitable foundation Trust for London
Florence Nightingale Lecture: Statistics and the fight against modern slavery

Florence Nightingale Lecture: Statistics and the fight against modern slavery

Date
04/11/2021 (15:00-16:00)
Location:
University of Oxford
Description
Professor Sir Bernard Silverman FRS, Professor of Modern Slavery Statistics, will be the guest speaker at the University of Oxford, Florence Nightingale Lecture
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Watch some of our recent online events

Diversity Festival: Impact of Covid 19 Pandemic on Modern Slavery

Online launch 'Going places: Journeys to recovery' 

 

COVID-19 and Human Trafficking Solutions: Journal of Modern Slavery COVID-19 Special Edition research update

Webinar: Modern Slavery in Construction - A Risk from Small and Medium-Sized Businesses 

 

A conversation on Modern Slavery from a business perspective

 

UNL Human Trafficking and Migration Initiative Virtual Summit 

The Global Antislavery Movement Today:
Professor Kevin Bales

Slavery & Forced Marriage in the Law:
Dr Katarina Schwarz and Dr Helen McCabe
 

 

Modern Slavery in the Anthropocene:
Dr Jessica Sparks

What is Freedom?
Dr Juliana Semoine

 

Technology & Trafficking:
Dr Bethany Jackson

 

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