This International Women’s Day on 8 March, join Unseen, your fellow supporters, advocates, and anti-slavery champions for a free webinar dedicated to the remarkable women shaping a world free from modern slavery.
The event promises to shed light on the impactful work being done to end slavery and celebrate incredible women championing change.
Date and Time: 8 March 2024 (International Women’s Day) at 10am
Format: Free virtual event (link provided to registered participants)
- Captivating panel discussion: Hosted by Unseen’s Chair of Trustees, Rosey Hurst, featuring Human Rights Barrister Professor Parosha Chandran and scholar and anti-slavery advocate Professor Bela Arora.
- Unique insights: Hear inspiring stories and explore cutting-edge strategies for combating modern slavery from leading experts in the anti-slavery field.
- Q&A session: Engage with the panellists and fellow participants in a dynamic exchange of ideas and questions.
About event host
- Rosey Hurst, Chair of Trustees for Unseen, and Founder and Director of multi-award-winning ethical trade consultancy firm. With over 20 years’ of experience in ethical trade and a passion for re-humanising the workplace, Hurst is a pioneer in improving working conditions across global supply chains.
About event speakers
- Professor Parosha Chandran, Human Rights Barrister and Professor of Practice in Modern Slavery Law at King’s College London. A multi-award-winning Barrister and international expert, Professor Chandran will provide invaluable insights into the legal aspects of the fight against slavery.
- Professor Bela Arora, Programme Leader in the MA Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking and Exploitation at Keele University and anti-slavery advocate. She has been a member of national level policy networks including the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Strategy Director’s Expert Group and the U.K. Counter Terrorism Evidence Based Group. Combining expertise in human security with policy engagement, Professor Arora will share critical perspectives on tackling modern slavery on various levels.
Who should attend:
- Supporters of Unseen
- Advocates for human rights and social justice
- Those passionate about ending modern slavery
- Individuals working in or interested in the anti-slavery sector
Join us and be part of the solution:
Secure your spot today and take part in empowering conversations set to ignite hope for a future free from slavery. Register now.