On Tuesday 23 February between 4-5:15pm AEDT, join Anti-Slavery Australia and Be Slavery Free in a discussion with Dr Tomoya Obokata, UN Special Rapporteur on Contemporary Forms of Slavery.
In the exercise of his mandate, Dr Obokata is adopting a survivor-centered and age and gender-sensitive approach to identify groups who are at particular risk to contemporary forms of slavery.
This meeting will be moderated by Professor Jennifer Burn (Director, Anti-Slavery Australia) and will include responses and feedback from:
- Ambassador Lucienne Manton, Ambassador for People Smuggling and Human Trafficking
- Carolyn Kitto, Be Slavery Free
- Associate Professor Laurie Berg, University of Technology Sydney
- Sarah Dale, Refugee Advice & Casework Services.