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Join us to raise awareness about modern slavery at this free event

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University of Manchester

13 June 2019, 10am - 1:30pm

We are delighted to have collaborated with University of Manchester to raise awareness and work to eradicate Modern Slavery. We'd like to invite you to this free session to explore issues, experiences and share ideas around the Modern Slavery agenda. 

We will be sharing issues, experience, good practices and problems with a view to increasing transparency across supply chains, and by working jointly to stamp out an unacceptable practice. This is also a key opportunity to network and ensure you're clued up on the latest developments in working to remove modern slavery from our supply chains. 

Date: Thursday 13th June 2019
Time: Arrival from 9:00am, event to start 10:00am.  Lunch and networking from 12:30pm – 13:30pm
Location: Manchester Meeting Place, Barnes Wallis Building - Harwood Room

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Mike Haslin, Chief Executive Officer, TUCO
  • Sheri-Leigh Miles, Director, NETpositive Futures
  • Ian Jarvey, Deputy Head of Procurement, University of Manchester
  • David Hansom, Partner, Clyde & Co LLP
  • Damian Dallimore, Partnership Lead for GMCA Programme Challenger

Modern Slavery: The Facts

There are estimated 40.3 million people in modern slavery around the world, including 10 million children. Modern slavery can affect people of any age, gender or race. Many people think that slavery happens only overseas, in developing countries. In fact, no country is free from modern slavery, even Britain. The Government estimates that there are tens of thousands people in modern slavery in the UK.

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