Please note that this seminar has been cancelled
A seminar hosted by the University of Liverpool, in conjunction with the International Slavery Museum, to outline the scale of the problem of human trafficking in the North West. The morning will provide practical advice for organisations on :
how they can take concrete steps to protect themselves from human trafficking as a risk factor, and
how their organisations can make a difference, by providing leadership in the fight against human trafficking.
Speakers include Dr Richard Benjamin, Head of the International Slavery Museum, Dr Alex Balch, Director of MA International Relations and Security at University of Liverpool, Glynn Rankin LL.B MBA, Independent Anti-Trafficking Specialist and Phil Clayton, City Hearts.
Pre-booking is essential via the University of Liverpool website.
For more information please contact Clare McCormick, Continuing Professional Development Administrator, University of Liverpool on 0151 794 8358 or email: email@example.com