23 March Masterclass: Human Trafficking
In what ways can civil society actors, including private individuals, contribute towards actions of prevention and advocacy on the issue of Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery?
We will examine and workshop this question by looking at the role of resources, capacity building, and partnerships in taking action against Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery. Once you register for the workshop, you will be provided with pre-workshop resources that we would like you to read prior to the Masterclass. After the Masterclass, we will also have a follow-up call to action so we can implement what we learn in the context of our cities.
Moving from Awareness and towards Action.
Serve the City International’s Shared Social Concerns Team invites STC city leaders and core team members to our Masterclass on Human Trafficking and Contemporary Slavery, taking place on Tuesday, 23rd March from 19.00 to 20.30 CET, is directed towards City Leaders and Core Team Members from the Serve the City Network.
The Masterclass itself will include an expert speaker as well as brainstorming and workshopping in break-out groups. We strongly encourage cities who work with, hope to volunteer with, or are interested in the issues of Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery to register for this workshop.
- Introduction by Alison Ussery, Founder of Haven of Light CIC
- Presentation by Leanne Rhodes, Executive Director of European Freedom Network and Founder of Abolishion
- Presentation by Dr. Katherine Welch of Relentless
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
What to know:
- This is open only to STC city leaders and core team leader
- Space is limited to a maximum of 30 participants
- The deadline for registering is the 19th of March
If you are unable to attend or the class reaches its maximum capacity, Masterclasses are recorded and available to STC leaders and core team members of any city on the STC Academy within a few weeks of the class.
Future STC Master Classes:
- April: Environmental Change
- May: European Roma
- June: Refugees