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University of Nottingham
Portcullis House - Macmillan Room
Tuesday 25th October 2016 (13:45-14:45)

For more information, email Professor Zoe Trodd (The University of Nottingham).

Please note the change of venue.

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The Freedom Blueprint: How We End Contemporary Slavery

About the event

There are 46 million people enslaved around the world today, including up to 13,000 in the UK. Britain is a world-leader in fighting slavery, with the Modern Slavery Act, Anti-Slavery Commissioner, and new government task force. But to achieve the Sustainable Development Goal of ending slavery by 2030, we need a platform of cutting-edge antislavery methods and strategies.

Join some of the world’s leading experts on contemporary slavery to debate a Freedom Blueprint, the world’s first large-scale research agenda for ending slavery.


  • Professor Kevin Bales (Contemporary Slavery, The University of Nottingham)
  • Jess Phillips MP (Vice Chair for the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery)
  • Professor Todd Landman (Pro-Vice Chancellor for Social Sciences, The University of Nottingham)
  • Professor Zoe Trodd (Co-director of the Rights and Justice research priority area, The University of Nottingham)

Supported by The University of Nottingham

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