CCARHT 7th Annual Symposium
Perpetrators or Victims: Shifting Perspectives
Andrew Masterton (London City Police)
Ann Lukowiak JP Benjamin Greer CALoeS
Caroline Haughey KC OBE
Dr Carrie Pemberton Ford
Dr Asress Gikay
Dr Marcel Van der Watt
Guillaume Soto Mayor
Hon. Esohe Aghatise
Judge Swati Chauhan
Kevin Hyland OBE the National Referral Mechanism
Prof Leo Zaibert
Klaus Vanhoutte – National Response in Belgium
Dr Sasie Gopala
Dr Maria Chiara Monti
Marcel Van der Watt
Prof Andreas Kapardis
Prof. Leoluca Orlando
Prof. Bahija Jamal
Prof. Toine Spapens
Prof. Yinka Omorogbe
Professor Nicky Padfield
Professor Roland R. Knobbout
Revd Dr Nadim Nassar
We shall explore the wider geo-political and international environments in which trafficking for criminal exploitation is occurring. What are the range of forces and economic challenges and opportunities driving Trafficking for Criminalisation which is now manifested across the globe.
We shall be presenting an overview on the main challenges of Human Trafficking for Criminalisation, how this is manifesting through Organised Crime Group activity and is now being actively parsed by international and national law enforcement.
The Giovanni Falcone Lecture
The Historical roots of criminalisation and the degradation of the democratic vision
Refreshing our lens
Professor Leo Luca Orlando former Mayor of Palermo, Founder of Mosaico Foundation.
‘A city’s journey in deconstructing Organised Crime: Palermo 1970-2020’.
Professor Luis C de Baca: Professor from Practice, Law School, University of Michigan, former Ambassador-at-Large to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, U.S. State Dept. Respondent and Keynote Speech 2
‘The shape of contemporary Slavery and Trafficking for Criminalisation’.
The Morning will address some of the key geo-economic features presently at work in the movement of Organised Crime and the geo-political arenas outside of the UK, which are being impacted by OCGs harnessing vulnerable populations into their criminal pursuits.
The afternoon will explore the impact of terror, civil and inter-national war and the destabilisation wreaked on populations, making people vulnerable to OCG manipulation, and states open to long-term dependencies on OCG funding streams, political presence, and tactics.
The day closes with a reflection on the multiple challenges which arise within migratory flows from areas of civil destabilisation, with the triple layered problems of status, legitimacy, and threats from OCG facilitators combining to occlude disclosures as victims are moved cross border.
Below there is a list of the summer symposiums CCARHT has held up to date. Each link will take you to the respective page, allowing you to see what went on during the past symposiums