Modern Slavery and Decent Work

Join us for a bet­ter under­stand­ing of the grow­ing phe­nom­e­non of mod­ern slav­ery, through the inter­sect­ing per­spec­tives of an econ­o­mist Pro­fes­sor Marc Ches­ney, a vic­tim assis­tance expert Cristi­na Duran­ti and a sup­ply chain spe­cial­ist Bri­an Iselin, a rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the Vat­i­can’s Migrants & Refugees — Inte­gral Human Devel­op­ment sec­tion Andrea March­esani and a psy­chol­o­gist Dr. Gabriele Spina help­ing migrants and young peo­ple who work in a hyper-com­pet­i­tive econ­o­my that all too often func­tions with under­paid jobs. As our pre­vi­ous sem­i­nars have demon­strat­ed, a new approach based on the demand for goods and ser­vices relat­ed to human traf­fick­ing should be devel­oped by all actors, gov­ern­ments, to reduce and erad­i­cate mod­ern slavery.

  • 1. Open­ing Remarks by Pro­fes­sor Michel Veuthey, Ambas­sador of the Sov­er­eign Order of Mal­ta to mon­i­tor and com­bat traf­fick­ing in persons
  • 2. Sr. Mir­jam Beike, RGS, Mod­er­a­tor, Rep­re­sen­ta­tive at the UN in Gene­va for the Sis­ters of Our Lady of Char­i­ty of the Good Shep­herd. She worked 30 years with sur­vivors of traf­fick­ing in Ger­many and Albania
  • 3. Bri­an Iselin, Founder of SLAVE FREE TRADE mon­i­tor­ing sup­ply chains and cre­at­ing tools to empow­er consumers
  • 4. Cristi­na Duran­ti, Direc­tor of GSIF Good Shep­herd Inter­na­tion­al Foun­da­tion which won the Thom­son Reuters Foun­da­tion Stop Slav­ery Award for their work fight­ing the exploita­tion of chil­dren forced to work in mines in DR Congo
  • 5. Andrea March­esani, Spe­cial Advis­er of the Order of Mal­ta, Mem­ber of the Migrants & Refugees Sec­tion and Inte­gral Human Devel­opp­ment Dept. of the Holy See
  • 6. Dr. Gabriele Spina, psy­chol­o­gist, project man­ag­er for the Con­sor­tium Il Nodo in Cata­nia Italy, in charge of youth pro­tec­tion and migrants
  • 7. Prof. Marc Ches­ney, Head of Depart­ment of Bank­ing and Finance and the Cen­ter of Com­pe­tence in Sus­tain­able Finance of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Zürich (Switzer­land), after hav­ing been asso­ciate dean of HEC Paris, author of “The Per­ma­nent Cri­sis: The Finan­cial Oli­garchy and the Fail­ure of Democ­ra­cy”, for many years he has been devel­op­ing a crit­i­cal analy­sis of the finan­cial sec­tor and its con­se­quences on the real econ­o­my and on work­ing conditions

 

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