The Rights Track Podcasts

The Rights Track podcast gets the hard facts about the human rights challenges facing the world today and aims to get our thinking about human rights on the right track.

The podcast is hosted by the Rights Lab Executive Director, Professor Todd Landman.

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Supported by CAPE’s Collaboration Fund, Dr Alex Trautrims (University of Nottingham) has been working in collaboration with Katherine Lawson from the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner to address questions around the creation of a Single Enforcement Body for labour market regulation. In this episode, they join Max Gillingham and Ben Sherwood, from Nottingham’s Institute for Policy and Engagement, to explain the impact of their work and to reflect on how collaboration works in successful academic-policy engagement.

A Collaborative Approach To Informing Policy On Modern Slavery

Voices for Change Podcasts 

Voices for Change is an audio project in which some of the leading anti-slavery activists in the world are asked one simple question: "What is the single change that would help end slavery today?" 

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Anti-Slavery Day, listening to people with lived experience podcast

The Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre presents the second episode of the podcast, launched alongside Anti-Slavery Day. Prof Caroline Bradbury-Jones, University of Birmingham, and Dr Minh Dang, Survivor Alliance and the Rights Lab at the University of Nottingham, talk about their work on mental wellbeing of adult survivors. 

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