The Human Trafficking panel at the World Justice Forum IV explored initiatives from the corporate sector, international law enforcement, and state government to use the tools of the legal market to combat trafficking in persons.
At the panel on July 11th, a survivor spoke from her experience about what victims need and what can be done to inform the stakeholders who impact and are impacted by trafficking. Joining her in the discussion were experts from international finance, the tourism/travel industry, and law enforcement to examine solutions being tested to combat modern-day slavery worldwide.
Watch part two of the video here.
- Laurel Bellows, President, American Bar Association (USA)
- Jean Baderschneider, President, End Human Trafficking Now; Chair, National Leadership Council, Polaris Project (Switzerland)
- Marilyn Carlson Nelson, Chairman, Carlson (USA)
- Tara Dermott, Head of Development, MTV Exit (Thailand)
- Ima Matul, Child Labor Survivor from the United States; The Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking (CAST) Survivor Organizer (Indonesia)
- Rachna Ramsurn, Cluster Leader, Internal Communication, Public Communication on Economic & Financial Policy & Research Team, Ministry of Finance & Economic Development (Mauritius)