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26 Sept 2013 - Modern Slavery: Film Screening and Panel Discussion

The Global Social Justice Network at the University of Sydney is hosting an exciting film and panel event on Thursday 26th September.

The informative and hard-hitting documentary film 'Modern Slavery' spotlights the different forms of slavery that exist today, following the stories of people who were held in slavery, child labour, debt bondage, sexual servitute and as child soldiers in Cambodia, Uganda, India, and France.

The film raises the questions: Why does slavery still exist and what will it take to get rid of it?

- Tina Davis: Director and postgraduate student, University of Sydney.
- Jennifer Burn: Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) and Director of Anti-Slavery Australia.

Date: Thursday 26th September
Time: 4.30pm - 7.00pm
Venue: H R Carne Lecture Theatre, R M C Gunn Building, Regimental Drive (next to No.2 Oval), University of Sydney

Visit the official Modern Slavery web page here (Click on the English button at the top of the page)


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