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IN THE LIGHT OF THE “LAUDATO SI” 

AND OF “FRATELLI TUTTI” ENCYCLICALS

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29 NOVEMBER 2022 — FORCED LABOR AND TRANSPARENCY OF SUPPLY CHAINS: TOWARDS PRESCRIPTIVE OR LEGAL MANDATORY APPROACHES?

The imperative need for changes in international and national legal frameworks to address modern slavery in supply chains from a voluntary to prescriptive or mandatory approach is presented in a recent expert report to the New Zealand government, supported by Dame Sara Thornton DPE QBM, UK’s independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner

 

6 DECEMBER 2022 — FAITH AND FIGHT AGAINS HUMAN TRAFFICKING: TESTIMONIES OF SISTERS WORKING FOR THE REHABILITATION OF VICTIMS

How the power of faith can help in the long struggle to rehabilitate victims?

 

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The Ad Laudato Si Forum  brings together international ethical’s top academics, politicians, business, youth, and civil society leaders to engage in addressing the most pressing issues linked to the future of our common world.

 

Pro­fes­sor Michel Veuthey

Ambas­sador of the Sov­er­eign Order of Mal­ta to mon­i­tor and com­bat human traf­fick­ing. Pres­i­dent of the Foun­da­tion Col­lège Uni­ver­si­taire Hen­ry Dunant (CUHD). Doc­tor of Laws of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Gene­va, Pro­fes­sor of Inter­na­tion­al Law at Web­ster Uni­ver­si­ty Gene­va. From 2010 to 2019, Vice-Pres­i­dent of the Inter­na­tion­al Insti­tute of Human­i­tar­i­an Law, San­re­mo. He worked in the Inter­na­tion­al Com­mit­tee of the Red Cross (ICRC) from 1967 to 2000, as head of the Divi­sion of Inter­na­tion­al Orga­ni­za­tions, Del­e­gate Gen­er­al for Europe and North Amer­i­ca, Region­al Del­e­gate for South­ern Africa and the Indi­an Ocean and as Assis­tant to the President. 

Pro­fes­sor Dame Sara Thorn­ton DPE QBM

Author of the Report Intro­duc­tion “AN OPPORTUNITY FOR IMPACT”), UK’s Inde­pen­dent Anti-Slav­ery Com­mis­sion­er from May 2019 until April 2022 in suc­ces­sion to Kevin Hyland. Pro­fes­sor of Prac­tice In Mod­ern Slav­ery Pol­i­cy, The Rights Lab, Uni­ver­si­ty of Not­ting­ham.  Retired British police offi­cer who was the first Chair of the Nation­al Police Chiefs’ Coun­cil (NPCC) and the for­mer Chief Con­sta­ble of Thames Val­ley Police and Vice-Pres­i­dent of the Asso­ci­a­tion of Chief Police Offi­cers (ACPO).

Rebekah Arm­strong

(Report author), human rights prac­ti­tion­er with 14 years’ expe­ri­ence spe­cial­is­ing in mod­ern slav­ery, human rights and human­i­tar­i­an law. She is the Direc­tor of Busi­ness and Human Rights Con­sul­tants and Head of Advo­ca­cy and Jus­tice at World Vision. Rebekah is Chair of the New Zealand Human Traf­fick­ing Research Coali­tion, respon­si­ble for pub­lish­ing the first research on work­er exploita­tion in New Zealand. She is an advi­so­ry mem­ber for the New Zealand Cen­tre for Research on Mod­ern Slav­ery and a mem­ber of the Mod­ern Slav­ery Lead­er­ship Advi­so­ry Group to the New Zealand Government.”

Pro­fes­sor Natalia Szablewska

(Report author), lawyer and social sci­en­tist with 20 years’ expe­ri­ence span­ning the pub­lic sec­tor, gov­ern­men­tal and non-gov­ern­men­tal organ­i­sa­tions, and acad­e­mia in five coun­tries. She is cur­rent­ly Pro­fes­sor in Law and Soci­ety at The Open Uni­ver­si­ty (Unit­ed Kingdom/UK) and holds fur­ther aca­d­e­m­ic affil­i­a­tions in New Zealand, Aus­tralia and Cam­bo­dia. Natalia spe­cialis­es in pub­lic inter­na­tion­al law and (inter­na­tion­al) human rights law, with a par­tic­u­lar focus on cor­po­rate-relat­ed human rights respon­si­bil­i­ties. She is a Chair of Aus­tralian Lawyers for Human Rights (ALHR)’s Busi­ness and Human Rights Com­mit­tee and a mem­ber of the Mod­ern Slav­ery Lead­er­ship Advi­so­ry Group to the New Zealand Government.

Organisers

The Foun­da­tion Hen­ry Dunant Uni­ver­si­ty Col­lege (CUHD), based in Gene­va (Switzer­land), in the hearts of the inter­na­tion­al com­mu­ni­ty, orga­nizes the plat­form “adlaudatosi” to pro­mote its webi­na­rs on the themes of inte­gral ecol­o­gy and the fight against human traf­fick­ing as well as  to con­tribute to the pro­mo­tion of a true cul­ture of human rights and human dig­ni­ty. A new hope is need­ed to give new impe­tus to our soci­eties in cri­sis: a cul­ture that pro­motes the dig­ni­ty and inte­gral devel­op­ment of the per­son must be taught to build a just world and a future for every human being. The theme of inte­gral ecol­o­gy is cen­tral to our think­ing. Pro­fes­sor Michel Veuthey, Ambas­sador of the Order of Mal­ta to mon­i­tor and com­bat traf­fick­ing In per­sons, is CUHD’s Pres­i­dent and the ini­tia­tor of the adlaudatosi project. The Hen­ry Dunant Uni­ver­si­ty Col­lege Foun­da­tion is rec­og­nized as a pub­lic util­i­ty and is con­trolled by the Swiss Fed­er­al Super­vi­so­ry Author­i­ty for Foun­da­tions; its donors ben­e­fit from tax deductions.

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INTERNATIONAL WEBINARS

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IN THE LIGHT OF “LAUDATO SI” 


AND OF THE “FRATELLI TUTTI” ENCYCLICALS

29

Tuesday

29.11.2022

 

18:00 -

 

19:30

(CET)

 

FORCED LABOR AND TRANSPARENCY OF SUPPLY CHAINS: TOWARDS PRESCRIPTIVE OR LEGAL MANDATORY APPROACHES?

The imper­a­tive need for changes in inter­na­tion­al and nation­al legal frame­works to address mod­ern slav­ery in sup­ply chains from a vol­un­tary to pre­scrip­tive or manda­to­ry approach is pre­sent­ed in a recent expert report to the New Zealand gov­ern­ment, sup­port­ed by Dame Sara Thorn­ton DPE QBM, UK’s inde­pen­dent Anti-Slav­ery Com­mis­sion­er. You can down­load this report HEREo

OPENING REMARKS:Professor Michel Veuthey, Ambas­sador of the Sov­er­eign Order of Mal­ta to Mon­i­tor and Com­bat Traf­fick­ing in Persons

Speak­ers:

Pro­fes­sor Dame Sara Thorn­ton DPE QBM, (Author of the Report Intro­duc­tion “AN OPPORTUNITY FOR IMPACT”), UK’s Inde­pen­dent Anti-Slav­ery Com­mis­sion­er from May 2019 until April 2022 in suc­ces­sion to Kevin Hyland. Pro­fes­sor of Prac­tice In Mod­ern Slav­ery Pol­i­cy, The Rights Lab, Uni­ver­si­ty Of Not­ting­ham. Retired British police offi­cer who was the first Chair of the Nation­al Police Chiefs’ Coun­cil (NPCC) and the for­mer Chief Con­sta­ble of Thames Val­ley Police and Vice-Pres­i­dent of the Asso­ci­a­tion of Chief Police Offi­cers (ACPO)

Rebekah Arm­strong, (Report author), human rights prac­ti­tion­er with 14 years’ expe­ri­ence spe­cial­is­ing in mod­ern slav­ery, human rights and human­i­tar­i­an law. She is the Direc­tor of Busi­ness and Human Rights Con­sul­tants and Head of Advo­ca­cy and Jus­tice at World Vision. Rebekah is Chair of the New Zealand Human Traf­fick­ing Research Coali­tion, respon­si­ble for pub­lish­ing the first research on work­er exploita­tion in New Zealand. She is an advi­so­ry mem­ber for the New Zealand Cen­tre for Research on Mod­ern Slav­ery and a mem­ber of the Mod­ern Slav­ery Lead­er­ship Advi­so­ry Group to the New Zealand Government

Pro­fes­sor Natalia Szablews­ka, (Report author), lawyer and social sci­en­tist with 20 years’ expe­ri­ence span­ning the pub­lic sec­tor, gov­ern­men­tal and non-gov­ern­men­tal organ­i­sa­tions, and acad­e­mia in five coun­tries. She is cur­rent­ly Pro­fes­sor in Law and Soci­ety at The Open Uni­ver­si­ty (Unit­ed Kingdom/UK) and holds fur­ther aca­d­e­m­ic affil­i­a­tions in New Zealand, Aus­tralia and Cam­bo­dia. Natalia spe­cialis­es in pub­lic inter­na­tion­al law and (inter­na­tion­al) human rights law, with a par­tic­u­lar focus on cor­po­rate-relat­ed human rights respon­si­bil­i­ties. She is a Chair of Aus­tralian Lawyers for Human Rights (ALHR)’s Busi­ness and Human Rights Com­mit­tee and a mem­ber of the Mod­ern Slav­ery Lead­er­ship Advi­so­ry Group to the New Zealand Government

06

Tuesday

06.12.2022

 

18:00 -

 

19:30

(CET)

 

FAITH & HUMAN TRAFFICKING: TESTIMONIES OF SISTERS WORKING FOR THE REHABILITATION OF VICTIMS

How the pow­er of faith can help in the long strug­gle to reha­bil­i­tate victims?

OPENING REMARKS:Professor Michel Veuthey, Ambas­sador of the Sov­er­eign Order of Mal­ta to Mon­i­tor and Com­bat Traf­fick­ing in Persons

Speak­ers:

Sis­ter Olivia Umoh Tbc, Daugh­ter of Char­i­ty of St. Vin­cent de Paul

Sis­ter Patri­cia Ebeg­bulem, Sis­ter of Saint Louis

Sis­ter Francesca Edet, Daugh­ter of Char­i­ty of St. Vin­cent de Paul

Sis­ter Mir­jam Beike, Mod­er­a­tor, Sis­ter of Our Lady of Char­i­ty of the Good Shepherd

Visit our Free Online Training Course on HT for Helpers

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Women Against Human Trafficking

Please access the sub­ti­tles by click­ing on “CC” in the Vimeo menu, avail­able in the fol­low­ing lan­guages: Eng­lish, French, Ger­man, Ital­ian, Russ­ian, Span­ish, Sim­pli­fied Chi­nese. On Inter­na­tion­al Women’s Day 2022, this webi­nar brings togeth­er a pan­el of women who are…

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Migration And Human Trafficking

Please access the sub­ti­tles by click­ing on “CC” in the Vimeo menu, avail­able in the fol­low­ing lan­guages: Eng­lish, French, Ger­man, Ital­ian, Russ­ian, Span­ish, Sim­pli­fied Chi­nese. You can access addi­tion­al doc­u­ments by click­ing on the fol­low­ing link:…

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Modern Slavery and Decent Work

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…

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Impact Of Human Trafficking On Health: Healing

Impact Of Human Traf­fick­ing On Health: Heal­ing OPENING REMARKS: Pro­fes­sor Michel Veuthey, Ambas­sador of the Sov­er­eign Order of Mal­ta to Mon­i­tor and Com­bat Traf­fick­ing in Per­sons Speak­ers: Sr. Mir­jam Beike, RGS, Mod­er­a­tor Mar­i­ana Meshi, Direc­tor of the shelter…

Train­ing online EN

Impact Of Human Trafficking On Health: Trauma

Impact Of Human Traf­fick­ing On Health: Trau­ma OPENING REMARKS: Pro­fes­sor Michel Veuthey, Ambas­sador of the Sov­er­eign Order of Mal­ta to Mon­i­tor and Com­bat Traf­fick­ing in Per­sons Speak­ers: Sr. Mir­jam Beike, RGS, Mod­er­a­tor Ire­na Kra­ja, , Psy­chol­o­gist at MWL Advice…

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