Symposium

The Third CCARHT Summer Symposium in Cambridge UK

The 5 Ts of Human Trafficking:
Trauma, Transport, Terror,
Transparency and Tech.

Trafficking mitigation and social protection responses
2nd – 6th July 2018 

Jesus College
University of Cambridge
CB5 8AL

jesus college cambridge

The 2018 symposium represented a significant mobilisation of the  #2020MDSvision which CCARHT initiated in 2016 as a response to the call by the UN to implement the Sustainable Development Goals across academies and businesses to address this most heinous of human rights violations.  At the same time the 2016 CCARHT Cambridge Symposium embedded a day’s attention what ever the annual thematic, to address the call by the UK Government in the Modern Day Slavery Act 2015 supplementary on Transparency in the Supply Chains.  The TSC calls on all businesses domiciled in the UK with over £36 million annual turnover, to undertake  a Modern Slavery audit of their business practices and supply chains.  With the current passage through Westminster of the Transparency in the Supply Chains supplementary Bill, bringing into the ring of audit, Public Authorities, Local Government Authorities and Universities, the impact of the TSC could have long lasting and systemic based change.

Thus the scene was set for the 3rd CCARHT Summer Symposium, this year co-sponsored with Trilateral Research, and the Zovighian Partnership,  addressing the Five Ts of Trafficking.  The 3rd Cambridge CCARHT Symposium 2018, thought leadership through hard hitting, thoughtful and field researched conversation.

 

3rd CCARHT Summer Symposium    Jesus College Cambridge University.

The Five Ts of Trafficking: Trauma, Transport, Terror, Transparency and Tech.

Download the 2018 Brochure here   Symposium Brochure 

Mini White Papers for recommendations, and the publication of papers presented during the symposium coming soon.

symposium brochure

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Day 4 of the CCARHT symposium 2018 –  Transparency under the lens, Paul Gerrard Head of Social Impact Programmes, Co-op  UK presenting the outcomes of the Co-op’s response to counter trafficking initiatives across its business portfolio.