On September 28, 2021, The JLI Anti-Trafficking and  Modern Slavery Hub, University of Leeds, and the IAHT Network co-hosted a conversation with Researchers, International Practitioners and Participants on how international anti-trafficking practitioners have adapted their responses to the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19 and in particular, the role of faith actors during a time of crisis.

Watch the recording below which included critical learnings from the new research report: How has the International Anti-Trafficking Response Adapted to COVID-19?


  • Tina Dedace – President of SHE Works, a local organisation in the Philippines supporting trafficked survivors
  • Dr. Nehemiah Bathula and Ezra Bathula – both who run a house church in India and responds to modern slavery and human trafficking
  • Caleb Ng’ombo – Executive Director at People Serving Girls at Risk, a local sex trafficking abolitionist organization in Malawi