Jun

    Introduction to Human Trafficking Issues & Regulations for Transnational Corporations

    5 PM EDT

    PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOW A TELECONFERENCE-ONLY PROGRAM

    Kate is North American Managing Director for the Freedom Fund, a global leader in the fight to end slavery.

    Kate previously led Hagar Australia, an organization that supports women and children who have suffered severe human rights abuses.

    She has held executive roles as Strategic Director of Australia's largest aid agency, World Vision Australia; Program Director for The Pratt Family; and non-executive director of Jesuit Publications and MacKillop Family Services.

    She has led major consulting projects with the Australian Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and the UN, and proudly founded Australia's largest professional volunteer network, goodcompany.

    Kate is a graduate of Monash University and holds a certificate from the Harvard Kennedy School.

    Topics include:

    • Overview of slavery and related human rights abuses
    • Changes in global legislation and requirements for corporate reporting
    • Strategic litigation for trafficking cases
    • Changes to enforcement under the new administration


    Moderator:
    Jeff Bartlett,
    Section of International Law International Human Rights Committee

    Speaker:
    Kate Kennedy,
    Managing Director, North America, Freedom Fund

     

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    Introduction to Human Trafficking Issues & Regulations for Transnational Corporations

    Event Details

    Format

    Teleconference

    Date

    Jun 26, 2017

    2017-06-26T17:00:00-04:00 2017-06-26T18:00:00-04:00 Introduction to Human Trafficking Issues & Regulations for Transnational Corporations

    PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOW A TELECONFERENCE-ONLY PROGRAM

    Kate is North American Managing Director for the Freedom Fund, a global leader in the fight to end slavery.

    Kate previously led Hagar Australia, an organization that supports women and children who have suffered severe human rights abuses.

    She has held executive roles as Strategic Director of Australia's largest aid agency, World Vision Australia; Program Director for The Pratt Family; and non-executive director of Jesuit Publications and MacKillop Family Services.

    She has led major consulting projects with the Australian Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and the UN, and proudly founded Australia's largest professional volunteer network, goodcompany.

    Kate is a graduate of Monash University and holds a certificate from the Harvard Kennedy School.

    Topics include:

    • Overview of slavery and related human rights abuses
    • Changes in global legislation and requirements for corporate reporting
    • Strategic litigation for trafficking cases
    • Changes to enforcement under the new administration


    Moderator:
    Jeff Bartlett,
    Section of International Law International Human Rights Committee

    Speaker:
    Kate Kennedy,
    Managing Director, North America, Freedom Fund

     

    Sponsors

    Section of International Law

    Co-sponsors

    International Human Rights Committee

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